The SEK Future Learning Model guides students towards lifelong learning and integrates the IESEK Profile. The fifteen learning competencies of this profile form the identity of our Educational Community and are the key to individual and collective success.

The IESEK Profile represents how we relate to ourselves, to others and to the planet. It emphasises comprehensive skill development, the improvement of our students and those who accompany them in their learning.

Thanks to an individual and personalised academic portfolio, students reflect on their learning, identifies their achievements, develops self-assessment, evaluates their peers and, with the guidance of teachers, determines their next steps for learning.

At the end of their time at school students are awarded the SEK Diploma to celebrate the learning experiences they have taken part in at school, in the community and in the world at large that go beyond the academic requirements.







Activities that foster the SEK Profile:

Global Citizenship and Social Innovation

  • International conferences
  • Exchanges:
  • Erasmus projects
  • Stages in Dublin and Les Alpes
  • SEK Model United Nations: SEKMUN. Other MUN models
  • Challenges of the 21st century and Sustainable Development Goals
  • UNICEF and other non-governmental organisations
  • Community projects and CAS activities
  • EcoSEK

Communication and Digital Citizenship

  • MAKER spaces
  • Robotics and programming: STEAM
  • First Lego League
  • Oratory and debate Leagues
  • European Parliament
  • Journalistic, radio, social media activities

Health and well-being

  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • PYP Personal Projects
  • SEK Sports Academy, sports leagues
  • Mindfulness (BeWell Center UCJC)
  • White Weeks, trips and cultural and sports outings
  • Outdoor learning Forest School, La Goleta, SummerSEK

Entrepreneurship and innovation

  • Hackathon
  • IMPACT Lab Junior: entrepreneurship and social innovation
  • Curricular enrichment activities
  • Passion Pursuits
  • Junior Advisory Board
  • Student Council
  • House System

Creativity and artistic exploration

  • Music
  • Visual Arts and Design
  • Theatre
  • Dance