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Baccalaureate

Baccalaureate

Preparing access to the University

The baccalaureate offers a solid formation and lays the foundations for a university future.

The baccalaureate combines the competence, the academic rigor, the valuation of the constant effort, the technical resources and above all, the personal accompaniment in permanent communication with the families.

The aim of the Baccalaureate is to provide students with a complete intellectual and human formation, as well as to provide them with the tools to acquire the necessary skills for the management of knowledge that will enable them to carry out their future social and professional work with responsibility and competence. It also trains and guides them to successfully solve the University Access Test, and to face with guarantees the incorporation to university life or access to higher education. Our students must learn, in addition to the contents of the subjects, how to face their challenges and illusions of the future.

Objectives

The main objective of the School San Fernando is to provide the student with an integral education through innovative didactic methodologies that allow him to develop in the personal, professional and social field. But we also pursue:

  • Discover, enhance and integrate the individual abilities of each student.
  • Promote the student's interest in their own learning.
  • Achieve the learning of English as a second language, and introduce them to the learning of other languages.
  • Motivate reflection and creativity.
  • Develop a critical sense, personal initiative and the ability to make decisions and assume responsibilities.
  • To favor the climate of cooperation and teamwork.

Structure of the Baccalaureate in the College San Fernando

The School San Fernando VALUE two modalities of Baccalaureate:

1 International Baccalaureate Diploma Program

The Diploma Program (PD) of the International Baccalaureate® is an educational program with its own evaluation system, aimed at students from 16 to 19 years. Rigorous and balanced, addresses the intellectual, social, emotional and physical well-being of students, and is recognized in the most prestigious universities around the world

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2 National Baccalaureate - LOMCE

El National Baccalaureate It comprises two academic courses, between the 16 and 18 years, and is developed in two modalities: Science and Technology, and Social Sciences and Humanities

First course Bachillerato LOMCE
Common subjects: Language and Literature I, Philosophy, English I, Physical Education
Modality Sciences and Technology
Modality Humanities and Social Sciences
Engineering and architecture
Health Sciences
Social and Legal Sciences
Mathematics I Mathematics I Applied Mathematics I
Physics and chemistry Physics and chemistry
Technical drawing
Industrial Technology I
Biology and geology
Applied Anatomy
Economy
TIC I
Optional Choose one: Optional Choose one:
Information and Communication Technology I Latin I
Scientific Culture Universal Literature
Second course LOMCE Baccalaureate
Common subjects: Language and Literature II, History of Philosophy, History of Spain, English II
Modality Sciences and Technology
Modality Humanities and Social Sciences
Engineering and architecture
Health Sciences
Social and Legal Sciences
Mathematics II Mathematics II Applied Mathematics II
Physics Chemistry Geography
Technical Drawing II Biology and geology Economy
Optional Choose one: Optional Choose one:
Chemistry Physics Latin II
Industrial Technology II CTM History of art

Languages

All students can finish Baccalaureate with a recognized degree worldwide and equivalent to the Official School of Languages, in the College and without additional cost in preparation.

Aware of the value that the effective mastery of languages ​​has and will have in the future for the full integration of our students in a globalized and multicultural society, the teaching of foreign languages ​​(English and French) has a strategic value for us, it is for that we dedicate a preferential attention.

Cambridge Prep delves into the Cambridge method and helps prepare the prestigious exams at Cambridge University, teaching an extra hour of English during a class dedicated to conversation and preparation of these exams.

We also perform specific preparation for the exams DELF in collaboration with Alianza Francesa de Oviedo.

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Orientation | Careers Department

Communication Course

The students of 1º de Bcahillerato carry out, within the school day, a Communication Course of a week. This course aims to improve the skills of students when speaking in public.

They work on different communicative aspects, such as improvisation, nerve control, voice modulation, non-verbal language and the ability to excite the public.

University fair

The Vocational Guidance Week, which takes place in the College itself, is aimed at students from 4º de ESO and 2º de Bachillerato.

Each year there are representatives of Schools and Faculties of the different training options, which explain to the students the characteristics of the careers and their professional outings.

Educational orientation

During the two baccalaureate courses our students receive advice and useful information from the Guidance Department to choose their academic or professional future.

The program includes lectures, conferences, workshops, visits to companies and activities focused on bringing students to the University and the professional world.

María José Menéndez

Head of Studies of Secondary Education and Baccalaureate

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