Curricular Exchanges and Stays

At Agora Sant Cugat International School students have the chance to study abroad through our academic exchange programme that starts in 5th Primary. These exchanges help the development and all-round training of our pupils as they learn new things and values by studying in a different place.

The exchanges and visits are comprehensive programmes where pupils study and live in another country with its own culture, improving their fluency while living an unforgettable experience.

The cultural and language visits we offer are:

  • A Taste of Wales: for 5th and 6th Primary pupils
  • Summer in Wales: for 6th Primary and 1st and 2nd ESO pupils
  • Bury St. Edmunds (Cambridge): for 1st ESO pupils
  • Summer in Stonar: for 1st to 4th ESO pupils
  • Summer in ICS: for 1st ESO to Baccalaureate pupils

 

The cultural and language exchanges we offer are:

WHAT THOSE INVOLVED HAVE TO SAY

“Hello! My name is Bianca and I’m 12 years old. I’m a pupil at Agora Sant Cugat International School, and always, since the first day of school, I’ve loved it! It’s all really exciting!

In the transition from my old school to Agora, lots of positive changes happened, and all the teachers were really useful. I had problems getting used to the different division methods in maths, and my teacher showed me how to do it step by step until I managed to understand it. Also, there are lots of nice people and that means that you can end up having lots of friends to spend time with. There are lots of opportunities to do different things like joining the school band, learning languages, and even learning to cook. The school challenges you to bring out the best in yourself, and who doesn’t like a challenge?

I still remember my first day in 6th Primary. I was excited to be in a new school, but also a bit nervous. After they introduced me to everyone, I remember that I felt relieved when I discovered that everyone was super nice, supportive, and welcoming.

It really is a very good school, since it improves your knowledge, and throughout 6th Primary I improved my language skills and music skills a lot. In my class we went on really fun excursions and trips to the countryside. My favourites were the trips where we stayed to sleep – one in autumn and another in the summer. In my first year I made lots of new friends and learnt interesting things about the world.

What I like about ASCIS is that everyone cares about you and you make friends for life.”

Bianca Román

1st ESO pupil

“The extracurricular activities at Stonar School are great. I have tried hockey for the first time and now I’m in the school team. I love it! At first it’s a bit difficult at the boarding school when they speak in English, but you get used to it straight away and the teachers are very attentive to us because there aren’t many of us in the class.”

Paula Sarasquete

Pupil at Agora Sant Cugat International School

“I love this school because the teachers are great, they always help us, especially if English isn’t our mother tongue. I also really like the activities we do at the boarding school, like going to the bowling alley, or ice skating.”

Emma Vernet

Pupil from the exchange at Stonar

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