28 febrero, 2018


Concierta una CITA con nosotros para conocer nuestro PROYECTO EDUCATIVO 100% en inglés, nuestro METODO LEARN and GROW y visitar nuestras instalaciones.Te explicaremos también las SUBVENCIONES OTORGADAS POR CONSELLERIA, llámanos sin compromiso al 649383719 o bien 965151752.  o mándanos un email a direccion@familyschool.es

Nuestro horario de visitas:

mañanas de 9:30h. a 11:30h.

tardes a partir de las 17:00 h

Cuando conozcas  a nuestras teachers y nuestras instalaciones, te enamorarás de Family School , un verdadero regalo para vuestros hijos :)  Queremos mantener nuestro AMBIENTE FAMILIAR y por ello, nuestras plazas son limitadas


27 febrero, 2018

Healthy and organic menus at Family School-Menús ecológicos y saludables en Family School

Infografía marzo 2018 Superalimento QUINOAInfografía enero 2018 Superalimento AlfalfaCartel PESCADO LONJA 2 de Marzo CAT

25 marzo, 2016

easter in Family School

5 octubre, 2015


school calendar 2015-2016

27 enero, 2015

Our little buhitos with Pamela Martinez Photography

Did I say that Family School nursery in Alicante has the most beautiful & smiley children of the country?? This is one of my recent work, 45 little models posing for me!

10 octubre, 2014


calendario escolar 2014-2015

15 mayo, 2014

Early English

Paula, Cloé and their moms enjoying with all our rhymes, games and activities with our Early English. This month “discovering my body” :)

13 mayo, 2014

Family School Orchard

A week ago with the help of our teacher Hella and our gardener Javier the 2 and 3 years old class have planted the Family School orchard. This activity has different objectives such as:

  • Contacting our students with the natural environment.
  • Communicate the importance of plants in our lives.
  • Promote respect for plants and our environment.
  • Awakening natural curiosity of children and encourage them to think and dicover things for themselves.
  • Create a daily routine of caring for the plants.

Our orchard is beautiful!! In addition to have planted lettuce, daisies, peas and parsley all of us have painted a few stones to decorate.

Now we’re just waiting for our harvest!! :)


Hace una semana con la ayuda de la teacher Hella y nuestro jardinero Javier la clase de 2 y 3 años han plantado el huerto de Family School. Esta actividad cumple con diferentes objetivos tales como:

  • Poner en contacto a nuestros alumnos con el medio natural.
  • Transmitir la importancia de las plantas en nuestra vida.
  • Promover el respeto de las plantas y nuestro entorno.
  • Despertar la curiosidad natural de los niños y estimularles para que piensen y descubran cosas por sí mismos.
  • Crear una rutina diaria sobre el cuidado de las plantas.

Nuestro huerto ha quedado precioso!! Porque además de haber plantado lechugas, margaritas, guisantes y perejil. Todos hemos pintado unas piedras para decorarlo.

Ahora solo estamos esperando nuestra cocecha!! :)

23 abril, 2014

10 books Every Kid Should Have on Their Bookshelf

We’ve put together a list of 10 essential books that every kid should have on his or her bookshelf growing up. Add your own suggestions to the list please!!!!


The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The much beloved classic — gorgeous, insightful, a bit postmodern. And of course, there’s that eternal takeaway: “’Goodbye,’ said the fox. ‘Now here is my secret. It is very simple. It is only with one’s heart that one can see clearly. What is essential is invisible to the eye.’”


Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak

Maybe our favorite kids’ book of all time: a traditional quest narrative gone haywire, all wrapped in Sendak’s gleefully monstrous illustrations and take-no-prisoners narrative juice.



The Sweetest Fig, Chris Van Allsburg

We think all children should have every book Chris Van Allsburg has ever created, each one a gorgeous breath of fresh air amongst the spastically colored, hyperactive media kids are usually fed. Our favorite is The Sweetest Fig, which happens to come with a double-sided moral: be nice to your pets, and magic is real.


Matilda, Roald Dahl

Again, we’re pretty confident saying that all kids should have the entire oeuvre — minus the smutty stuff, of course (until later). Book nerds that we are, we favor that great brain of Matilda’s, but the rest of Dahl’s books are right on her tail.


Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll

Must we even explain? Every child needs to experience Wonderland.



The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, L. Frank Baum

Speaking of wizards of, we also recommend L. Frank Baum’s classic series. No, the film is not sufficient (though it is wonderful). Trust us.



Peter Pan and Wendy, J. M. Barrie

If our children don’t read Peter Pan, how will they know what the New York Times is talking about when they’re 25 and still living in their parents’ basements? Just kidding (kind of).

Guess How Much I Love You, Sam Mc Bratney

“Guess how much I love you,” says Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy how much he loves him: as wide as he can reach and as far as he can hop. But Big Nutbrown Hare, who can reach farther and hop higher, loves him back just as much. Well then Little Nutbrown Hare loves him right up to the moon, but that’s just halfway to Big Nutbrown Hare’s love for him.

A taste of The Moon,  Michael Grejniec. Kalandraka, 2010.

Is a fable about co-operation, the advantages of being insignificant in size and appearance, and perspective, with a dash of humour provided by a playful moon. We like it!


Seven Blind Mice, Ed Young.

“It’s a pillar,” says one. “It’s a fan,” says another. One by one, the seven blind mice investigate the strange Something by the pond. And one by one, they come back with a different theory. It’s only when the seventh mouse goes out-and explores the whole Something-that the mice see the whole truth. Based on a classic Indian tale, Ed Young’s beautifully rendered version is a treasure to enjoy again and again.

9 abril, 2014


Os invitamos a nuestro family workshop este martes 15 de abril a las 16:00 horas en nuestro centro :)