We are a non-profit school, with transformative pedagogy at the service of popular interests. We want to be, as an educational community, an active part of a diverse and moving society and work with the rest of local and international collectives for social justice in the world. The Compostela educational project offers the possibility of schooling children from 2 to 12 years old (in kindergarten and primary school) in a school approved by the Galician government and accredited by NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges).
The Semente Galician Education Schools are a non-profit social initiative, initially driven by the Gentalha do Pichel and which aims to form, together with other similar projects, the necessary bases for the creation of the Galician National School. They take their name from the Galician Teaching Schools created at the beginning of the 20th century by the Irmandades da Fala and promoted by Leandro Carré and Ángelo Casal. Semente was born to give children the possibility of being in the world without giving up their identity. To demonstrate that all cultures matter, be they big or small. Why is it necessary to leave the mother tongue to acquire new and diverse languages?