The home environment is the natural environment for a child’s growth and education.
Within our school, families can find the essential and necessary support for the intellectual and moral development of their children.
A school should guide the natural inclination of children of wanting to know more about the world around them and the causes behind what they experience, as well as the ultimate cause behind everything.
Our school favours this encounter between the student and the reality of things and life.
It is through children’s interest in the things outside themselves that they are able to discover their own interior reality, and whereby they ultimately come to understand the meaning of everything they experience.
Our school approaches teaching from a perspective which places utmost importance on personal encounter between the student and teacher.
Even though every child and every teenager is the undeniable protagonist of his or her personal growth, the teacher is the intellectual and moral example who gives the student the resources to learn and provides him or her with the initial criteria necessary for him or her to form a judgement.
Taking care of things shows consideration and respect towards the people who are going to use them.
Students make amends for what they’ve done and learn to be responsible for their own behaviour, shaping their free will.
Our school provides the students with all the resources necessary for a more fruitful educational experience. Technical, audio-visual, computer and bibliographical resources are always available to students according to their ages and under the supervision of a teacher.
The tremendous importance placed on written and oral expression at our school promotes a natural learning rhythm and helps form the logical mental framework of our students.
The school seeks to create an environment of appreciation for knowledge, personal progress and the progress of others.
A love for rigorous and demanding work and constant and patient study are both essential for learning and developing personal skills, as well as for learning to accept our own limitations.
Knowledge of ourselves combined with excellent study habits enables us to overcome any difficulty in better spirits and with great strength and courage.
Convinced of the infinite value of human dignity as children of God thanks to Jesus Christ, our school works to transmit respect for God and God’s works to our students.
Respect for others and an appreciation for truth and good form the foundations of our community.
As a mark of respect, we have the obligation to love our neighbour.
With regard to people from other cultures and origins, we must be prepared to share our cultural and material goods. This exchange enriches us and reinforces our educational experience, highlighting the things all people have in common.
Student – Teacher Relationship
The student-teacher relationship reaches its fullness within the context of a community.
The teacher will find within this community his or her reference; the family will find a source of support, and the child or teenager will be exposed to his or her first experience of a fair and structured social life, designed to guide him or her towards the good and the truth.
With this concept of an educational community, the child learns to identify and experience in everyday practice the decisions associated with living a moral life, validated by the experience of previous generations and lived-out as a treasure of humanity for all people today and forever.
Duty and gratitude
Our school promotes our students’ love of parents and of family, as well as a sense of obedience and gratitude towards them. Friendship and comradeship are also strongly promoted as they too are vital for growing in virtue.
Developing a sense of duty and gratitude towards those who accompany us and seek our good is best way to develop the virtue of citizenship. It fosters camaraderie, moves us to seek the common good, to appreciate our cultural patrimony, the fruit of the work of many and to demand that our public leaders fulfill their duties towards those the community.
In regards to Christian education, daily prayer is present in school life at the beginning of each day.
The school offers students the possibility of receiving their First Communion, as well as the sacrament of Confirmation, and frequent participation in the mass.
Our religious education is meant to inspire a works-based practice of the mystery of the Faith with a generous and responsible attitude in communion with the universal church, alongside parents, teachers and colleagues, within a happy and safe environment that helps us to give our best.
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