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Extracurricular Activities


Our dance classes are a mixture of hip hop, street dance, as well as other movements, working on motor skills as well as rhythm, and promoting teamwork as well as increasing artistic knowledge.





Football classes aim to provide, in a playful and age-appropriate way, technical learning, awakening the pleasure of movement and being in control of one’s own body. Throughout the year, students are invited to participate in games which reward all for participation. Team work and respect for diversity are worked on, as they improve both individual and collective competencies.



Design Thinking

The constructivist approach stimulates investigation, autonomy and collaboration since an early age. Design thinking promotes the making to students, providing the experience of exercising creativity in a collaborative manner, uniting theory and practice, which guarantees more meaning to the learning process.






For many years, Judo, which is also an Olympic sport for both men and women, has been adopted by many preschools as an extra-curricular activity, due to its completeness.

UNESCO declared Judo the best sport for the initial upbringing of children and youngsters and a regular practice at all ages, allowing for a “Holistic Physical Education”, promoting, through sports, all motor possibilities (spatial location, perspective, ambidextrous, laterality, playing, pulling, pushing, crawling, jumping, rolling, falling, joint and independent coordination of both hands and feet).

I.O.C considered Judo the most complete sport, promoting values of friendship, participation, respect and an effort to advance. In summary, the aim of Judo classes is to promote better physical conditioning, phsychosocial and emotional development; to develop a cooperative spirit, good habits of hygiene, perseverance, discipline, reflex, harmonic physical and mental development, and the respect for others in a recreational, playful manner.

Physical Education

Sport1 (12)s, as an organized physical activity, is important not only for physical and motor development, but also to the children’s social development. Through rules and conditions, the children are able to understand ways of relating to others, exchanging experiences, competing and helping each other.

Another important aspect is variety. As the children have a lot of energy and curiosity, it is important to explore more than one sport, so that students have contact with different rules and organizations in physical activity.

Childhood is a crucial period in physical, cognitive, affectionate and social development. Experiences in this period will help in the formation of characteristics and development of aptitudes, which will impact other phases in the child’s life.


Music Class

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Music classes promote the pleasure of listening and interacting with sounds. They transmit notions of musical appreciation, instrument recognition, tone, rhythms and forms. These stimuli are produced through games and movements, accompanied by songs that are specific to the themes worked on, in relation to sound: duration, volume, and tone.

The children have contact with percussion instruments: the tambourine, rattle and “reco-reco”.

Music class helps concentration, relieves anxiety and educates emotion.



Baby Class (ballet)

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The concept worked on this age group from two to five is that the little ones are introduced to ballet and rhythm through play, children’s songs, clapping hands, etc. Thus, in a gentle way, they begin to acquire motor skills and musicality that takes them slowly to more advanced postures and exercises.

Another aim is introducing the dance world and preparing our little ones to learn the ballet technique and the development of motor skills, expressiveness, musicality and body awareness.





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Our theatre classes are innovative. They happen through a dynamic and contemporary methodology, respecting each student’s potential – even within collective activities – and helps to develop concentration, memorization, improvisation, creativity, disinhibition, facial and body expression, as much as the expressivity and communication in general. Challenging the stage is the final step in the process.

At the end of each year, everyone participates in a play adapted to the age group. An extremely rich mixture of body movements, gestures and feelings.

This type of activity gives the child a different experience in physical practices, due to the delight and to the fun, as well as the reunion of many physical abilities proposed.

Apart from the aim of giving students the knowledge of circus activities, rescuing its values and giving the child the magic and fantasy that are remarkable in the circus characteristics, it also helps in the learning process, giving the child an interest in overcoming his/her physical and intellectual limits, stimulating discipline, motor coordination and concentration – stimulating self-esteem. It also values each individual, helping in the development of his/her potentialities and the construction of competencies.

Thus considering that learning is not only restricted to the simple exercise of certain abilities and competences, and to the practices of intellectual, affectionate, and bodily possibilities, inter-related in all situations, this proposal has the aim to contribute to the student’s psychomotor development, and consequently, to the formation of personality and character, with the aim of an effective integration in social life.

Swimming classes

We have a partnership with a swimming school very close to Puzzle, offering a special discount to our students.

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