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The Primary School Curriculum is in continuity with its Nursery School program. It focuses on a strong sense of teamwork with regards both didactic and recreational activities; a strong teacher-student relationship with the primary educator as well as with the other teachers that operate within the school.
29 curricular hours from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 weekly afternoon sessions until 4 p.m.
Services offered by the school
– 1st – 2nd classes: 27 hours per week, including 2 hours of English language (one afternoon return)
– Classes 3 ^ – 4 ^ – 5 ^: 27 hours per week, of which 2 hours of English language (one afternoon return)
The school activity takes place for everyone from Monday to Friday.
School activities are provided for all students from Monday through Friday During the didactic activities the teachers may make use of the following: interactive whiteboard, musical and theatrical hall, video projectors and computers. The School also offers, upon parent’s request, canteen service, afterschool labs, sports and recreational activities: mini basketball, mini volleyball, gymnastics, classical and modern dance.
Our School promotes a curriculum with a high cultural, spiritual and pedagogical profile. Our curriculum is organized vertically evaluation and ultimate certification of the skills. Skills and experiences while providing an evaluation and ultimate of the skills learned. It is also important for our school to promote self-evaluation which is finalized towards personal improvement, thereby pushing the student to becoming aware of their individual results and being able to measure ones own skills independently.
Our school is committed to the process of internationalization as urged by the EU ans is aspiring to the fluency of the English language in order to help our youth face the processes o globalization, to respond to new economic and cultural scenarios, and to opena one’s horizons to different realities.
A Project for the future
Our challenge is not to renounce the cultural richness of Italian schools, but rather to combine tradition and innovation in equal measure by promoting cross-curricular activities and by offering skills and know-how to invest upon throughout one’s lifetime.
The introduction of Cambridge certifications encounters the Salesian educational tradition offering tools build upon one’s personal formation. This is possible through the development of skills and knowledge as well ad know-how and the essence of christian humanism.
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