As a complement to the work cycle, weekly physical education sessions and English workshops are alternated where listening, reading, writing and speaking skills are strengthened, in addition to carrying out project work.
Our goal is to encourage our students to think critically and transdisciplinary, fostering diversity, curiosity and the desire to learn, focusing on the integral development of the child and her capacity for inquiry.
At Elementary, each child is the protagonist of their learning, having their own personal journal that will help them tracking their academic progress.
By actively participating in an integrated and continuous assessment, students begin to regulate their own learning effectively and to be able to act on constructive feedback, providing them with life skills that will help them in their professional future.
At an emotional-behavioral level: Every day we allocate a certain time to work on positive discipline dynamics within the meeting point moment.
These dynamics are intended to help children feel important (adult-child connection rather than correction), teach valuable life skills (respect, problem-solving ability, participation, responsibility…), learn from the logical and natural consequences of their actions…