Infant Education Stage

Stimulation
programme


To develop students’ capacities to the maximum
 

The Infant Education stage is defined by a specific stimulation programme, and the aim of it is to develop students’ abilities to the maximum.


From the beginning

At birth, the baby has all the nerve cells available in its brain. Brain maturation, therefore, does not involve generating new neurons, but rather configuring networks or connections between them. Thus, the more neurons are in contact with each other, the more efficient our brain becomes.

These interconnections are produced thanks to the sensations that the brain receives through the senses and movement (exercise). Consequently, it is essential to provide babies and infants with both experiences.


Learning from stimulus

Our commitment as teachers is not to neglect these aspects and to offer our students an increasing number of auditory, visual, tactile and motor experiences and stimuli that allow them to develop their full psychomotor and intellectual potential:

  • Visual stimulation to facilitate early access to reading.
  • Auditory stimulation to access the understanding of a new language (initially Basque and, progressively, English).
  • Tactile stimulation to develop proprioceptive functions.
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