Cultural Heritage: Industry, History and Future


INS Les Aimerigues is a 6 years old center dependent of the Government of Catalunya (Generalitat de Catalunya). It is a public center, innovative and inclusive. The classes offered are ESO (Mandatory Seconday School) and Batxillerat (Baccalaureate: Humanistic, Social and Scientific-
Technological) while offering at the same time a personal, academic and professional guidance to all our students.

The center’s curriculum is structured in fields: Scienglish (Science in English using a CLIL methodology), Tecnomat (Technology and Mathematics), Socitic (Social Sciences and ICT), Artistic (Physical Education, Music, Visual and Plastic Education), Linguistic (Catalan and Spanish) and Guidance / Diversity. The center encouraged the project work. The center staff consists of 46 teachers, 15 tutoring groups (ESO: 4 groups in 1st level; 3 in 2nd, 3 in 3rd, 3 in 4th of ESO = 400
students + 2 groups in Bachillerato 35 + 25 students) and a TIS (social integration technique) that works with the support of the EAP or Pedagogical Advisory Team , two concierges and one administrative assistant.

The institution, formed by an enthusiastic group of highly qualified people, who combines the long experience of some of its members with the desire and the thrust of the youth of others, is in the process of expansion, with the works of their new buildings and facilities about to
be finished before summer. Motivation: It is an interesting project students learn from each other and from pupils from different countries.

The fact that students know their history is important for their
future. History makes you aware of the world in which you live.  

The project will be implemented as a center project and all the roles and so on will be perfectly defined.  As expertise for the project, we can use the Global Cities programme, in which we have participated for years. This is intended as a mission:”to connect global cities through a network for sharing information that provides meaningful forums for exchanging best practices on current problems affecting cities, and to develop a global
awareness of the next generation through transnational education programmes in an interactive way”. (Information derived from its official website: