Child learning on tablet

Our vision

A school in step with the times

We believe that the school must renew and reinvent itself in order to meet the challenges of the 21st century and the expectations of parents, while instilling the joy of learning in children at the same time.

MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Societal changes are extremely rapid. The school must support these changes to give children the keys to understanding and adaptation. In that respect, they will aim to:

  • constantly and continuously adapt and learn to fully develop in their personal and professional lives: the professions of tomorrow will not be those of today
  • build a sustainable future while respecting the planet: reconnecting with the simple pleasures of outdoor activities to create a sustainable attachment to nature.
  • “Live well” together to build a better world: knowing yourself and opening up to Others.
Child learning on tablet

Our vision

A school in step with the times

We believe that the school must renew and reinvent itself in order to meet the challenges of the 21st century and the expectations of parents, while instilling the joy of learning in children at the same time.

MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY

Societal changes are extremely rapid. The school must support these changes to give children the keys to understanding and adaptation. In that respect, they will aim to: • constantly and continuously adapt and learn to fully develop in their personal and professional lives: the professions of tomorrow will not be those of today

  • build a sustainable future while respecting the planet: reconnecting with the simple pleasures of outdoor activities to create a sustainable attachment to nature.
  • “Live well” together to build a better world: knowing yourself and opening up to Others.
Mother and child

MEETING THE EXPECTATIONS OF PARENTS

Parents are aware that the world of work and “living together” require knowledge, skills and attitudes that must be learnt and reinforced at the school:

  • oral and written expression techniques,
  • proficiency in languages, especially English,
  • teamwork and project mode,
  • ability to innovate and experiment,
  • development of curiosity and intrinsic motivation,
  • sensitivity to others, to nature and “beauty”.

Parents expect a school capable of meeting the specific needs of each child because the child may be precocious, hyperactive, from a multilingual family, suffering from dys’ conditions, … or simply because each child is unique.

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INSTILLING THE JOY OF LEARNING IN CHILDREN

While boredom is the worst enemy of learning, joy is its driving force.

The atmosphere within a group and the layout of the classroom greatly contribute to the feeling of well-being and the joy of living. “Joy reinforces the pleasure of surpassing oneself. Contagious, it nourishes motivation, sharpens perceptions, mobilises the muscles for action and improves play. Joy is the emotion of learning. ” (I. Filliozat, “Les chemins de la joie”). Children can cheerfully express their full potential by doing their best in all things. Through their energy, enthusiasm and cheerfulness, teachers make it possible for children to give the best of themselves.

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Children playing

Our values

What binds us

Kindness, listening, understanding and respect for Others, a sense of responsibility, the taste for effort, commitment and respect for nature are all values that bind the members of the group.
This energy and collective trust, which not only brings us together and forges a studious and friendly atmosphere, also creates a climate that brings out the best in each of us. These are also the values that we want to pass on to children of the school.

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