“Individually we are a drop. “Together, we are an ocean.” Ryunosuke Satoro The 2nd and 3rd grade group from Secondary Education has carried out a school magazine project in the Reading and Writing Workshop, thanks to which they have been able to nurture the skill of teamwork in pursuit of a common vision. You can download it here>

2024-04-26T08:51:58+00:00April 26th, 2024|


Escola Sa Llavor, Education Center founded in 2007, is the first Independent and Autonomous Center for Holistic Pedagogy approved by the Conselleria d'Educació i Universitat de les Illes Balearic Islands in Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education, from 1 to 16 years old. We offer a comprehensive pedagogy that relates areas of knowledge and develops human qualities in a healthy environment, in connection with nature and through art. We are based on four pillars: Comprehensive development - We cultivate the totality of the human being by integrating the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual aspects into the educational process. Freedom, trust and responsibility - We respect the pace of learning with the aim of achieving excellence in individual qualities. Reverence and connection with life - We relate learning to life and educate in respect for oneself, others and the environment . Community and service to others - We promote teamwork and cooperation to create a society aware of the importance of ties and service to others as the goal of education.

2024-04-26T08:36:40+00:00April 26th, 2024|


Since 2012, the Sa Llavor Foundation has been part of the Collaborating Entities of the Conselleria d'Educació, Cultura i Universitats de les Illes Balears and we offer training programs approved as Continuing Teacher Training. For the academic year 2024/25 we present three new programs of Pedagogical Specialization in Methodology and Holistic Didactics aimed at Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education, based in the principles of Rudolf Steiner and the Goethean vision of the World. Program 1. Methodology and teaching in Nursery Education Program 2. Methodology and didactics in Primary Education Program 3. Methodology and teaching in Secondary Education These Pedagogical Specialization programs provide a solid foundation to understand in depth the nature of the human being through art and phenomenological science and a methodological and didactic specialization within the selected educational stage. Each of them is focused on the qualities and needs of each educational stage and offers the resources necessary to create educational processes in your work environment that meet the needs of our time, consider the diversity of capabilities and qualities, relate the areas of knowledge, educate in respect for oneself, others and the environment and promote work as a team and cooperation to create Educational Learning Communities. They activate the participants' own pedagogical intuition and creativity. They are aimed at teachers, professors, pedagogues, therapists, artists, researchers and professionals interested in education as a process of personal and social growth and transformation. Presentation of the program: June 27 at 6 p.m. online September 19 at 6 p.m. in person at the Sa Llavor Foundation. Information:

2024-05-23T08:21:26+00:00April 26th, 2024|


On April 12, 2024, we open a new Parenting Group, Forest School Sa Llavor, for children from 1 to 5 years old with an accompanying parent. Every Friday we offer a natural, beautiful and harmonious space that facilitates free and safe movement. We create a Learning Community where adults and children enjoy being together in a warm and familiar atmosphere that enhances vital needs: health, vigor and enthusiasm. "Like every Friday morning, the door to the school garden opens and families arrive with joy and enthusiasm. Butterflies flutter, birds sing and a blackbird welcomes us. The watering cans are prepared and the flowers await the arrival of water. They happily appreciate the soft and delicate hands of the children who give them a drink. We make houses in the sandbox and listen to the sweet awakening of the morning. The bell rings, we're going to the Forest! We sing pickup songs and prepare for the excursion. We walk to songs of horses and trains, we greet the clouds while the mountains watch us from the distance. When we arrive at the Forest, the flower meadow greets us, the almond trees with their new leaves give us the light shade of spring, where we share lunch between songs and silences. The time has come to explore this immensity that welcomes us. The trees, the sticks of different shapes and colors, the colorful butterflies, the wreaths of flowers and bouquets, the movement and free play... that's how we spent the morning. The bell rings again: it's time to pick up. In a circle we say goodbye and share what the day has given us. We say goodbye to the Forest until next Friday. Thank you Life!"

2024-04-26T10:17:17+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


January falls the snow, February cold winds blow, In March peep out the early flowers, And April comes with sunny showers. In May the roses bloom so gay, In June the farmer mows his hay, In July brightly shines the sun, In August harvest is begun. September turns the green leaves brown, October winds then shake them down, November fills with bleak and smear, December comes and ends the year.   During the grade two English block and using the theme of nature and time, the students covered topics such as seasons, days of the week, months of the year, weather, telling time, animal and plant observation and description. They sang poems and rhymes, wrote and read simple words and phrases and used their creativity to depict some months with 3 dimensional art work, including flowers and wind pictures. This is a popular lesson block among second graders as it allows them the freedom to express what they observe in nature in a creative, fun and varied setting. Confidence building is key in language learning. Viewing topics the children can understand and enjoy allows them to investigate, experiment and participate in an stimulating and safe environment.

2024-04-25T10:10:07+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


"Los encinares del bosque esconden la entrada de una gruta. De su interior llega el eco acompasado de un hierro golpeado en el yunque y el soplar de un fuelle. Los pájaros preludian sus cantares mañaneros y los zorros y los lobos no sesgan con sus aullidos la tranquilidad de la selva. Sólo el lamento de Mime, el enano herrero que forja en la gruta, rasga el silencio." El anillo de los Nibelungos, Richard Wagner   The fourth grade group of the second cycle of primary school is preparing a work through Eurythmy and Art of the Word that tells the story of Siegfried and the dragon. Siegfried, hero of Nordic mythology, confronts the Fafnir dragon who guarded the treasure of the Nibelungs and by killing him and bathing in his blood he becomes immortal.

2024-04-25T10:08:27+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


Behind everything whether simple or grand a secret is hidden: inside and outside the being in the sky and the stars, behind all of them the enigma you will find... If you find the key how magical it opens for you to the world and to yourself: the observation   Third cycle is carrying out a period of science experiencing physical phenomena through which the forces of nature are manifested. Just as light, sound or temperature are perceived by our senses, in the same way we can reach the laws of optics, acoustics and thermals. The different experiments carried out in the classroom serve as an opportunity for us to refine our observation skills, put aside what we thought or what we had been told about physics concepts and its laws, and thus be able to reach our own conclusions.

2024-04-25T10:13:59+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


"The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding" Leonardo da Vinci   Problems and challenges is a space to put into practice, apply and develop mathematical knowledge through experience. The Third Cycle Primary group have been traveling with numbers, accompanying the work done during the mathematics period. They have investigated the qualities of numbers focusing on multiples and divisors. They have explored parts and fractions with the help of the entire class group and the different groups that we can create according to clothing colors, age, sex and other characteristics. Currently, they continue with the unit of measurement connecting with the class and school space. The 1st year ESO group has been doing the “Vitruvian Man” project during the weekly math space where they have combined different areas of mathematics. They have taken measurements of different parts of the body of the school students and have entered this data into LibreOffice, learning to use this tool to perform calculations and generate new statistical variables. Once the data has been calculated, they have represented it graphically with bar diagrams and have carried out an analysis to see if the proportions that the parts of our body have among themselves coincide with those found by Leonardo da Vinci.

2024-04-25T10:20:46+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


"Geometry is the archetype of the beauty of the world" Johannes Kepler   The 1st ESO group is carrying out the geometry period, where students learn to use geometry instruments to construct new geometric shapes with precision and beauty. From the point, then the line, and finally the figures plans, they draw geometric figures, part of the most simple and after progressively increasing the complexity of the six elaborations. In this course, the objectives are realized with precision, clarity and accuracy; the students must be able to sustain the great attention and concentration that are necessary to be able to draw the proposed geometric shape, to finally donate color and obtain a full figure of beauty on each one expresses it in its own way to turn it into a totally personal and unique artistic work.

2024-04-25T10:35:05+00:00April 23rd, 2024|


"Frankenstein had a great desire to learn. He wanted to know the mysteries of heaven, earth and the soul of man" Mary Shelley (published 1818) Frankenstein or the modern Prometheus What power do witches, monsters and creatures have over us? What function do they have in our imagination? What do these ancient creations, common to all cultures, tell us about? These weeks, 2nd and 3rd year ESO students are putting themselves in the shoes of the most literary monsters of our tradition to try to unravel their mysteries, just as the doctor created by the writer Mary Shelley wanted to do. In the "Witches, Monsters and Creatures" period, we come face to face with the evil and bloodthirsty vampire Dracula, the gorilla moviegoer King Kong, the chilling monster created by Dr. Victor Frankenstein... without forgetting the feminine aspect of the entire series. liturgy, represented in witches, the mysterious women with supernatural powers that the popular imagination has created. Through these myths, students are working on reading comprehension in Catalan as well as artistic creation by creating a comic as a team, just as they have reflected on the borders between fantasy and science fiction. As a personal project, they will have to create their own creature, witch or literary monster and bring it to life, in order to solve the internal enigma about the hidden power of monsters, witches and creatures.

2024-04-25T10:37:31+00:00April 23rd, 2024|
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