Sixth grade represents the transition between primary and secondary education. Therefore, among the main objectives of this stage, is to encourage individual decision making to create independent students. All this without forgetting the importance of teamwork to achieve the maximum potential of each student and their social skills. Beyond the teaching of each subject, we prioritize the passion for reading, writing and research for each subject. This way, the students themselves will be able to discover their true vocation during the coming years.
Álvaro Varga Vázquez
Sixth Grade Lead Teacher
Mr. Álvaro studied Primary School Teaching specializing in Physical Education at the University in Madrid in 2009. He worked as a basketball coach and extracurricular activity teacher at Fuentelarreyna School in Madrid between 2002 and 2009. In 2009 he moved to El Salvador for one year. There he worked for FUSALMO Foundation in San Salvador and San Miguel as a Physical Education teacher and supporting extracurricular subjects. He also worked as a Social Educator with minor drug addicts undergoing rehabilitation. From 2011 to 2016 he worked as a Primary School teacher in an organization which provide extracurricular support to children in Granada, Spain.
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Go Green with our Reusable Grocery Bags
Granada International School has joined up with CENICA, the Nicaraguan conservation group, to help rid Granada of plastic bags. CENICA, along with our 5th and 6th grades students, are going door to door to ask businesses to boycott plastic bags and plastic straws. To give the consumers options, we have created these reusable bags that can be used instead of plastic. Our plans are to sell the bags in front of the grocery stores as well as is a variety of locations. Each bag is $5 and is made of a heavy fabric that will withstand the test of time. If you would like to support this project and order our bags, please click below.
Granada International School aims to engage each student in a creative, experiential, and bilingual learning environment to uncover the maximum intellectual, artistic, and physical potential of each student.
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