The program is organized around the basement, which houses the gym and changing rooms, along with administrative services, lit and ventilated by means of a light well. The main access hall is on the ground floor and its most important areas are the kitchen and a dining area that was designed as a multi-purpose room. Above there are three upper floors containing both classrooms and smaller study rooms. There are two playgrounds areas, a court on the ground floor and also a covered playground.
The school has likewise been designed with particular attention paid to compliance with high standards of environmental sustainability.
The incorporation of a photovoltaic façade, fully integrated into the skin of the building, is one of its most outstanding elements, providing a capacity for electricity generation of 5 kW and decorated in chromatic blue tones, evocative of the light reflecting off the nearby sea and imbuing it with a very particular expressiveness. The school also produces its own hot water, thanks to a number of solar heat collectors that are incorporated onto the flat roof of the building’s central block.
The building is also equipped with a small centralised control system, which ensures that all of its systems can be run automatically, allowing for Internet programming and display while collecting and storing maintenance and energy saving data for the systems that have been implemented.