Integral catholic education

Spiritual Formation

It is important to make the most of every second during the development of the pupil and steadily cultivate their spiritual awareness. To achieve this, we place special emphasis on conveying to our pupils an experience of faith through consistency, joy and natural personal relationships with Jesus Christ. It is therefore necessary for each member of the education community to reflect this approach to faith so that, as the pupils observe faith in their parents and educators, they will learn to live their faith spontaneously and naturally.

Our commitment: for them to discover the joy of being accompanied by God.

Formation in Virtues

We help our pupils in the difficult, yet exciting, task of getting to know themselves so they can accept who they are and overcome personal barriers. We provide them with the tools they need to take control of their lives, with strength and an honest spirit.

We try to develop mature and free-thinking individuals. To achieve that, we place special emphasis on educating character and willpower. If we begin this process at a very young age, we will be helping them develop in a harmonious, serene and true manner throughout their time at school.

Our commitment: for them to become persons of integrity.

Social Participation

The formation of our pupils is aimed at ensuring they become good people, at ensuring they succeed in life through their work for society and helping those around them, and at laying a path that will not fade over time but rather continue to guide them throughout their lives. We foster social awareness so they realise the value of the social, family and economic situation in which they live.

Our commitment: for them to discover their capacity to change the world.

Formative Discipline

Discipline consists of encouraging pupils to discover the reasons and values that lie behind our rules and not simply view them as the imposition of regulations. We believe in education through self-conviction; in such a way that our pupils not only discover what the values are and how they are embodied in rules but also manage to assimilate them and make them a part of their lives. This approach is known as formative discipline, and seeks not so much to correct but rather to steer the pupil towards self-correction.

Our commitment: for them to discover the satisfaction to be gained from doing good.

Differentiated education in the classroom

Nowadays, differentiated education is an avant-garde characteristic of the best education models. Based on an approach whereby the educational objectives are the same for both boys and girls, differentiated education is a pedagogical system that adopts a teaching style adapted to each gender thereby making the most of their different qualities and pace of maturity in order to guarantee true equal opportunity. We separate children into different classrooms in order to optimise their development and learning.