FAQs

Frequently asked questions about CIG
- how can i contact cig?

You can contact Colegio Internacional de Granada by phone at 958 462 806, by e-mail at info@colegioig.com or coming to visit us at the school.


- what educative stages are taught at cig?

In a commitment towards an education of quality, the school has started from the initial stage of Primary Education. In order to offer continuity, the project grows with our students reaching Secondary Education and Bachillerato, as well as it completes the lower end adding Infant Education.


- how can i enrol my child at cig?

A pre-enrolment form and steps to follow to enrol at CIG are available at the Admission section.


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Actividades Extraescolares

SCIENCE WEEK 4th of ESO

We started the day with breakfast with Modesto López, scientist and professor at the faculty.  He spoke about his own professional experience and research on magnetic biomaterials, which are being used for soft tissue and corneal transplants on an experimental basis.

After this, we went to another workshop entitled “Planetary defense” led by a collaborating researcher from the Andalusian Institute of Astrophysics (IAA). Students participated by giving possible solutions to protect ourselves from the asteroid Apofis which will reach Earth in 2029, and which is as big as a skyscraper and mainly made of iron.  The two solutions which received the most votes (dense atmosphere and a magnet which will attract it) were posted on Facebook with the association exoestrato.org and the two best proposals put forth by schools in Granada will be brought to the European Planetary Defense Committee. 

After this, we went to a talk on earthquakes, fault lines, and tsunamis and learned about what to do in case of an earthquake.  In this last workshop, students made a spectroscope with a CD and a black box, and they were able to observe different emission spectrums from  mercury, cadium, helium, and hydrogen lamps. When the light emitted by these lamps decomposed by reflecting on the CD diffraction network, we could see the different lines of color which are characteristic of each chemical element in nature.

Thanks to this field trip, we were able to learn outside of the classroom. Students broadened and reinforced their learning about the world around them, becoming more familiar with the scientific advances being made by expert researchers at the University of Granada.

 

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