SPECIALS AND ELECTIVES
In the CCHS mini-gym, students engage in psychomotricity. In this space, movement is considered a means of expression, communication and a relationship of the human being with others as it plays an important role in the harmonious development of the personality, since the child not only develops his motor skills but also those related to the intellectual, linguistic and affective. These activities facilitate the acquisition of body schema and allow children to become aware and aware of their own body. Students create habits that facilitate learning, improve memory, attention and concentration, as well as their creativity.