Highlands Family

Pupils

Our mission as a school places the figure of the pupil at the centre. This mission can only be carried out by means of personalised attention and with the support of the parents, helping them provide their children with an integral education within a pleasant, happy and close-knit environment that facilitates their learning and the harmonic development of all the pupil’s abilities.

To achieve this, our formation embraces the essential areas of the individual: academic, human and spiritual to equip each pupil – according to their qualities and abilities – with everything that is necessary to continue to promote these during each of their formative stages.

The challenge we face is huge which is why it is so important that we offer a team of committed professionals that are dedicated to the wonderful task of teaching, educating and training each pupil. We get to know each child and, because we know them, we can attend to all their needs and reassure each family as they entrust to our keeping their most treasured possession.

We can only achieve success in our goal if the entire education community – pupils, teachers and parents – lives in harmony with our ideology of integral formation.

Teachers

The professional team at Highlands School Los Fresnos is fully committed to the formation of our pupils, so that they achieve the proper level of development, offering them personalised and enthusiastic care so that they experience learning within an environment of happiness and warmth at the school. We achieve this through the personalised attention given to each pupil, as only by getting to know each one of them, can we truly accompany them on the adventure of their formation.

Parents

Aware of the fact that parents are the primary educators of their children who are seeking the best for them, we also accept the commitment to collaborate with them on the education of their children.

At Highlands School Los Fresnos the parents play a special leading role. Their presence and participation is essential and is a distinctive mark of our school of which we are very proud. The presence of our families in school life to demonstrated through:

  • Playing active roles in the school’s solidarity project: Highlands in action – Helping others.
  • Participating in the spiritual life of the school: Holy Week Missions, the choir of Highlands mothers, pastoral life, etc.
  • Sports and leisure groups: paddle tennis groups, dance groups, running groups (The Highlands runners), etc.
  • The social life of the school: organisation of events, integration with new families, volunteer work, social action, mothers’ dinners, etc.
  • Spokespersons for the school via “Delegate Parents”

We promote the organisation of special events such as: Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Grandparents’ Day and other cohabitation events involving parents and children. These activities offer the opportunity to learn about, create friendships and alliances with other parents that are seeking to educate their children with the same principles and values. As a team, we share this responsibility and offer all our help to train your children so that they are strengthened from within and prepared to face the world in future, because we are one team and one family: the “Highlands family”. The parents of the Highlands School Los Fresnos share sports, interests and in short, a Highlands spirit. Have a look at all our current activities and projects and join us! Highlands+ parents’ activities and projects.

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¡Los alumnos de 1º ESO colaboran juntos en la cocina para el proyecto “YoCocinoEmpleo” de la Fundación Altius Francisco de Vitoria!

Una de las madres del voluntariado de “Comedor YCE” reunió a los alumnos de 1º ESO en su casa para cocinar 30 raciones de alubias pintas, cada uno de ellos aportó un ingrediente, colaboraron en la preparación del plato y repasaron la receta juntos. Una bonita experiencia en la que los chicos de 1º ESO participaron con alegría y compromiso.

Este es su testimonio: “Una experiencia hermosa en la que los chicos de primero de la ESO participaron con alegría y compromiso.“Cada uno aportó un ingrediente y entre todos picaron cebollas, cortaron zanahorias, leyeron y repasaron la receta varias veces, revolvieron con la cuchara de madera y pusieron mucho amor y emoción a la preparación del plato.Fue precioso ver que tenían bien claro el proyecto por el que nos juntábamos y lo compenetrados que estaban en la cocina. Precioso y hasta cómico, ¡Habría que haber grabado los comentarios e indicaciones de los master chef!”

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¡Las familias HSLF unidas en la Gran Recogida del Banco de Alimentos en el supermercado Mercadona de Boadilla del Monte!

El Banco de Alimentos realizará su tradicional recogida de alimentos en los supermercados los días 1, 2 y 3 de diciembre. Participarán unos 22.000 voluntarios y el objetivo es conseguir 2.500.000 kilos para repartir entre entidades benéficas.La convocatoria para la Gran Recogida de Alimentos del 2 de diciembre ha sido un éxito y hemos cubierto todos los turnos, aunque si quieres apuntarte a la recogida el día 3 de Diciembre aún estas a tiempo.

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¡Mercadillo solidario de Navidad de la Fundación Gil Gayarre!

Un grupo de madres HSLF han colaborado en el Mercadillo de Navidad de la fundación Gil Gayarre, cuya misión es atender y apoyar el proyecto de vida de cada persona con discapacidad intelectual y su familia, y defender sus derechos y obligaciones como ciudadanos. El Mercadillo permanecerá abierto hasta el 26 de noviembre con fantásticas actividades para toda la familia.

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