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Activity based on awakening, strengthening and developing the musical, intellectual, expressive and motor skills of the students. All this developed in a playful environment, which will enhance learning and help them to develop their musical skills. Once you learn to play an instrument (guitar, bass, piano, drums...), the next step is to put into practice what you learn within a group. Primary and Secondary Education.



The aim is to stimulate the development of imagination and creativity through different plastic techniques as a form of expression. The aim is to create different creations made by themselves, each one of them giving their own personal touch, with which they can identify and be represented. The youngest children will work with easy-to-use materials and will use different techniques according to their age.Primary school.


This activity is intended as an introduction to French for students who wish to consider obtaining degrees in this language during their future secondary studies.

Learning a third foreign language is not a waste of time, but an investment. Learning another language enriches the social and cultural life of the individual, as language is the key to culture. 5th and 6th Grades of Primary School.


Stimulate listening to oneself and others, improve concentration, educate artistic sensitivity.... With the help of the Choral Society of Bilbao we bring choral singing to Gaztelueta. The objective is to learn to sing with a good voice emission, enjoying the singing. It is also intended that the choir will be able to dynamize some of the Festivals and Traditions of the School, as well as perform in some of the usual venues of the Choir (Euskalduna Palace, Arriaga Theatre, Campos Elíseos Theatre, etc.).


Theatre is an artistic representation in which the body, the voice, the space and the time intervene, which allows the participation of the child in a dramatic play, a fundamental issue for the correct development of  ways to express themselves, and  to communicate ideas, feelings and experiences.

Through theatre, children learn a set of values, attitudes and social behaviours that structure their way of feeling and perceiving the world around them, always from a playful approach, based on the participation of all the members of the group.

The older students will form a theatre group and maintain relationships to interact with a common objective that will enrich them: the performance of a play. Primary and Secondary Education.



Activity understood as the period in which the child begins to learn in a specific way the practice of one or more sports. Sports initiation is a process aimed at the socialization of students and is more oriented to generic learning than to the achievement of an effective practice in relation to competitive sports. The values and attitudes that are conveyed are those that characterize sport in its recreational aspects and the use of free time. Infant and 1st and 2nd grade Primary School.

Oral expression in English

In a different environment from the classroom, although it is closely related to the subject of English worked on in the classroom and will serve as a reinforcement. Students will be able to reinforce their oral expression in English through different activities. Primary school

Musical poetry

Compose and record your own songs. Learn to rhyme and give musicality to what you have written. Each group will take a midday break for the activity. Secondary students.



Students work in groups to build an electric and ecological car with which they will compete.Through a computer program, Solid Edge, students can design their own parts with lighter materials to make the vehicle more competitive.

They acquire knowledge of materials, electrical conductors, speed, friction, levers and gears, as well as artistic competence in the design and drawing of the bodywork. 4th ESO and A Levels.


Extracurricular students
From October to June
At noon in Primary School

"There are students with very good musical hearing"

Guitar teacher

"Artists need to express what's inside them"

Arts teacher