Religion classes aim not only to give students an appropriate knowledge of their religion, but also to help them develop a personal and solid life of Faith. Daily life at school is presented to students as the place where we learn to live in harmony with their Faith.
Provides the opportunity to acquire a certain amount of basic knowledge, depending on the curriculum of each class.
Forge in our students a capacity for reflection, personal judgment and critical thinking.
Develop a love of truth and a sense of true values. Encourages initiative and creativity.
Seeks to make language teaching a privileged means of meeting various types of culture and ways of thinking.
Through studies and school life, educators also offer the training of the student’s will and the education of his character. This education is supported by a discipline that emphasizes:
Personal responsibility and training for freedom by learning self-control, autonomy and initiative.
The sense of effort.
Respect, politeness, cleanliness and care of the college.
When it becomes necessary to resort to sanctions, they will be taken to help the child to understand his wrongs and to progress in self-control and with concern for others. They will be fair, appropriate for each age, respectful of the person of the child and will be explained to him.
Learning about group life within the educational community formed by teachers, educators, school staff, parents and students. Group work, joint games, outings, excursions are valuable means for teaching students to go beyond the circle of family and friends, and to live with others in a spirit of tolerance and mutual aid. and friendship. The courses of life, the participation in the class council and in the youth movements lead them to develop a team spirit and a capacity of service, of giving of themselves and of forgiveness which allows them to collaborate concretely for the good of the people. other. Life courses also offer a
knowledge of savoir-vivre, which allows students an introduction into society.
Openness to the most disadvantaged and training for justice and solidarity Social training will begin in the early grades and will translate into concrete actions adapted to each age. It will aim to develop in the pupils a spirit of solidarity with all the social classes of their country. Special attention will be paid to opening up pupils to the disadvantaged. This is all the more necessary as most of them do not have direct knowledge of poverty and might ignore the real situation of the majority of the people in the country.
Milad Makary & Martin Maher