Guiding them towards autonomy and responsibility
One of the essential objectives of Primary Education is the progressive acquisition of autonomy and responsibility. From the very beginning, and following the pace of each child, we help them to become aware of their own abilities and to manage them so that they develop the necessary confidence to face the new challenges of learning.
As children grow up, they become more and more autonomous. In the rich and diversified context of school, the affective, psychomotor, cognitive and social formative elements help them to develop in a balanced way so that when the time comes, they can enter the world of adolescence with the autonomy that befits them. Little by little, with adults behind them to help them feel supported, they are able to work competently and effectively and progressively develop the skills to manage their own learning.
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