The school functions in two cycles. A cycle is composed of a time to explore, a time to perfect and a time to reinvest knowledge.
The children work in multi-aged classrooms. This social structure helps cultivate respect for others, inspires work and encourages sharing and helping.
- Awakening Workshop: welcomes children from 2 years of age.
- Initiation Classroom welcomes children from 2½ years of age.
- First Cycle welcomes children from 3½ to 6 years of age.
- Elementary Cycle welcomes children from 6 to 11 years of age.
First steps to school...
Initiate the child into school life
Establish the relationship with the teacher
Ease adaption as part of a small group
Permit a positive start each September to the new school year
The thread of time – grow…..
- Offer the child a place to blossom, which is stimulating and safe
- Accustom the child to respect for the rules of the collective life
- Favour communication
- Respond to the child’s need to be independent
- Guide the child in becoming autonomous
Help me to do it myself...
- Facilitate the child to be responsible for himself, organised in his projects and work.
- Develop self-discipline, respect for each other and tolerance.
- Discover and respect the rules of collective life.
- Prepare the child through a sensorial approach for reading and writing.
- Awaken the child’s mathematical mind: numeration, the decimal system, mental calculation, the four operations
Accompany me in discovering the world...
- Reinforce the acquisition of fundamental learning skills: concentration, perseverance, curiosity ....
- Acquire solid knowledge in all subject areas
- Promote the development of self-discipline and self-motivated work
- Facilitate self-evaluation with individual education plans
- Inspire the sharing of knowledge and pleasure of accomplishments
- Offer an excellent preparation for the next academic cycle.
Wednesday English workshop for years 4-8
Every Wednesday from 9:30am until 12pm our English team proposes an English workshop in a dynamic environment. This includes a variety of both group and individual work which is as diverse as it is captivating.
Including singing, reading, manual activities, baking and various projects, the work is presented according to weekly themes which utilise the five senses.
By maintaining this natural approach, our experienced teachers can guide the child in discovering a new culture and language using repetition, action and memory.
For any information please contact us. Places for this workshop are limited.