Reina Elisenda Virolai

Early childhood education is a stage that contributes to emotional and effective, physical and motor, social, and cognitive development of boys and girls in collaboration with their families. In this environment, we provide children with a climate of trust in which they feel welcome to grow and learn.

The objective of the early childhood stage is the overall development of children’s capabilities in a caring and respectful manner, taking into account their individual paces.

At Reina Elisenda Virolai, the early childhood stage coexists with the primary education and share spaces in the same building, which enable close collaboration and the ease of conducting activities in which older and younger students learn from and care for each other.

This close coexistence and familiarity contribute to create a warm atmosphere for the students, fostering an environment in which they can grow and learn. Our management of the space adds warmth to the daily life of the school and promotes interaction among the different grades.

We work to awaken the child’s interest in learning, cultivate the hàbits of questioning and asking about the world around them, and nurture their ability to seek and find answers to the challenges they face. This approach should impact their capacity for social interaction, communication and collaborative learning.

We present students with cognitive challenges, create a rich and relationship-facilitating environment, and provide opportunities to boost their confidence and self-esteem. The aim is to guide them towards true autonomy and self-regulation.

School organization

In the first cycle of early childhood education, the school year runs from September to July, inclusive.
In the second cycle of early childhood education, according to the mandatory school calendar, the school year starts in September and ends in June.


  • 1r cycle: 9:00 – 17:00
  • 2n cycle: 9:00 – 17:00

Morning and afternoon extended care services are available, as well as holiday programs during holiday periods.