AGES 6–11

ETON’S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM

As part of our international elementary school curriculum in Mexico City, we focus on project-based learning, integrating the US Common Core Standards and the Mexican national curriculum from Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP). For Math, we follow the Singapore Math program, taught in Spanish. We learn through exciting topics, explored through projects and activities that develop skills in the language arts (phonics, reading, writing, and speaking), research and questioning capabilities through on-site visits (as well as activities with visiting experts), explorations of mathematics and science, and more.

Our International Approach at Eton Elementary School 

At our private elementary school in Mexico City, our program consists of an interdisciplinary, bilingual curriculum taught both in English and Spanish. We focus on inquiry-based learning and the acquisition of solid academic skills so students can continue developing their growing intellect and build strong foundations that enable their academic success. As teachers encourage students’ interests and talents, they monitor their progress to assess their individual growth and to successfully meet national and international standards.

First-hand experiences and purposeful uses of technology are intertwined in our curriculum, so children can learn through a wide variety of experiences and media. We encourage our students, in turn, to represent their understanding in diverse ways.

Throughout all of Eton Elementary School, we continually foster social and emotional well-being, as we help our students develop their abilities and awareness, so they can achieve inner balance and establish harmonious relationships.

Globally recognized qualifications and talented teachers

We know every child is different. Our teachers build up the individual strengths of each student, creating projects through internationally recognized qualifications so they can discover their own pathway to the world's best universities.

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