We cannot forget the importance of developing an individual’s social dimension as part of a comprehensive education. This is understood as part of our commitment to society and personal and emotional growth.
From the first educational stage, we help develop affective and emotional skills through mediation projects (assemblies, “Judges of good” and mediators training etc.).
The school’s social commitment is reflected in volunteer projects completed by all students in collaboration with various NGOs chosen by students themselves.
Through this, we build empathy, respect, critical thought and democratic values.