The primary school has the legal recognition, granted by M.A.E. By interministerial decree. 7404 of 09/16/93. Currently, it is structured in two cycles: Cycle I (class I and II) and Cycle II (III, IV and class V). Promoting early cultural literacy facilitates the maturation of empirical categories into mental categories. It encourages personal commitment, participation and collaboration.
OPTIONS OF SCHEDULES
Monday to Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The primary school has the following schedule, with a school time of about 40 hours per week.
|07.30 – 08.00||arrival|
|08.00 – 08.50||didactic activity|
|08.50 – 09.40||didactic activity|
|09.40 – 10.30||didactic activity|
|10.30 – 11.00||break|
|11.00 – 11.50||didactic activity|
|11.50 – 12.40||didactic activity|
|12.40 – 13.40||lunch|
|13.40 – 14.30||didactic activity|
|14.30 – 15.20||didactic activity|
|15.20 – 15.30||break|
|15.30 – 16.30||extra curricular activity|
|16.30 – 17.30||exit|
PRINCIPLES AND OBJECTIVES
The primary goal of the Primary School is to promote development responsibilities.
In this perspective, the school helps students:
- Process the sense of one’s own experience, become aware of one’s potential, foster a sense of planning, experience of relationship contexts, and implement collaborative practices;
- Acquire “basic literacy”, develop the cognitive, emotional, affective, social, physical, ethical and spiritual dimensions;
- Promote citizenship by caring for themselves, others and the environment, promoting cooperation and solidarity, and developing a sense of responsibility in the broadest sense.
The objective of the Primary School is promoting a civil society, which is carried out through a transversal project and divided into:
- disciplinary skills
- behavioral skills
- relational skills
- cultural skills
The school adopts some innovative educational methods to improve children’s learning by making them aware of their cognitive abilities, allowing them to express opinions and thoughts in a creative way. The main methodologies used are inspired by the following international teaching / learning experiences:
- CLIL – Content Integrated Language Learning (http://www.lanqua.eu/theme/content-language-integrated-learning-clil/) makes use of the methodological principles established by the immersion language research, promoting the student: Confidence in the communicative approach, skills and intercultural awareness and the use of language skills acquired during the activities of daily living.
- Cooperative learning (https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apprendimento_cooperativo) is a way of learning that is based on the interaction within a group of students that collaborate, in order to reach a common objective, through a work of deepening and That will lead to the construction of new knowledge.
They will be subject to the assessment of learning through:
- initial, intermediate and final tests;
- written and oral exercises, questionnaires and simulations;
- daily observation of the fulfilment of school activities.
GOALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILL IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
The skills required at the end of the first cycle are inspired by the 8 key competences proposed by the European Union:
- communication in the mother tongue
- expression in foreign languages
- basic skills in math, science and technology
- technological competence
- learn to learn
- social and civic competences
- spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship
- awareness and cultural expression
PRIMARY SCHOOL PLANNING AREA
- Continuity with the pre-school integration project in order to improve the process of adaptation to the first school year
- Educational trips and trips
- Environmental and recycling project “Horta didática”
- Photo lab
- Theatrical and artistic laboratory
- Musical, dance and sports laboratories
- Creative Writing