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THE STUDENT AT THE CORE
ENVIRONMENT: promoter of vocational guidance
CONTENTS: connected and open in the world in Years 1 and 2, connected to learners’ interests in Years 3 and 4
METHODOLOGIES: active, diverse and personalised
ASSESSMENT: we focus on the development of competences, training and education in Years 1 and 2, and accreditation for ongoing improvement in Years 3 and 4
ORGANIZATION: inclusive and participatory, flexible and democratic
We are committed to foreign languages. We foster virtual exchanges and short and long-term stays abroad. We focus on learning communicative proficiency in English, French and German as foreign languages.
We open new horizons for our students, inviting them to immerse themselves in different cultural and social contexts.
In Lower Secondary Year 1 to 2 we continue to foster creativity, enabling pupils to suggest and choose a project according to their interests and aptitudes. We develop an entrepreneurial attitude and encourage a collective creation in which everyone contributes the best of themselves and puts it at the service of others. We show our work to families.
We have a body that represents the pupils (chosen democratically by their peers). It represents the pupils, ensures that their rights are respected, encourages participation by accepting proposals and ensures good coexistence in the school and the surrounding area.
Vocational and Study Guidance (OVE)
We help to identify values, attitudes and talents through a personal journey of discovery. We begin to draw up individual life projects. We provide experiences such as mentoring in the world of work, moments for reflection and work on introspection.
We help them discover who they are and in what direction they want to take their lives.
Take your time and volunteer work
We meet weekly with Lower Secondary Year 1 and 2 students to share life, to discover the world with a different view, and to enter into the Espai Magis.
We encourage dialogue between students and educators.
We develop techniques —such as the Positive Discipline model— that help to regulate and manage coexistence inside and outside the classroom.
We also propose volunteering activities within the school, accompanying the youngest children and fostering charity campaigns.
It's up to YOU
In Lower Secondary Year 3 and 4, we propose this two-year transversal learning scenario for students to develop commitment, co-responsibility and service as the main elements of their daily lives. We foster awareness and empathy with the needs of the world around them. We help them to become aware of the different realities shaping their environment, from the closest to the furthest, and proactive in improving it.
We propose volunteering at Casal Loiola or the “Youth for others” programme as a means of direct contact with the groups that are most vulnerable and their needs. We educate on values based on the Christian faith.