Teaching, learning, assessment and the presentation of reports are interrelated aspects that make up the core of any educational system.
At Mater Salvatoris School, we help all of our students achieve academic success, by instilling in them certain attitudes and habits.
ACHIEVE GOOD STUDY HABITS
Primary School is a crucial time to teach children about work habits. There are guidelines that can help achieve this goal:
PLANNING AND ORGANIZING WORK
In the beginning, it is necessary that parents and teachers help children organise their work. At a young age they should grow accustomed to using a diary and having it alongside while doing their homework. Once study time is over, it is a good idea to check that all tasks have been completed.
The following guidelines may help to organise work:
Children should be responsible for their own obligations: they should be in charge of doing their homework and studying. Initially, they will need assistance, but later it is essential that they become autonomous and independent: “We should not do for them what they are capable of doing for themselves”.
Mater Salvatoris School has a Department of Psychopedagogy, the purpose of which is to help students overcome any learning difficulty they may have. It coordinates the support sessions given to any student who requires it from Kindergarten up.
It also guides the parents in the education of their children, as they are their first and main educators.
The School gives special importance to the role of the tutor in our students’ growth, both academically and as people. The climate that we strive to create is one of closeness and trust. We work especially hard to ensure that the students feel supported throughout their academic career.
The aim of the tutor is to promote a comprehensive education of the student as a person and to bring out the best of oneself, through personalised education and careful consideration of their needs.
Collaboration with the tutor encourages communication between the parents and the School. The School informs parents about their childrens’ current academic level, explains the individual learning process for each one and compiles information from the family in an effort to obtain a deeper understanding of each student and their family background.
A number of difficulties may arise throughout a student’s school career, both academically (literacy, reading comprehension, conflict resolution, etc.) and personally (social skills, self-esteem, confidence, empathy, etc.). All of these potential obstacles are addressed according to the age of the student and the degree of severity of the issue.
Once detected, the School offers students with special need, individualised classes taught by a specialist, who coordinates with the teachers and tutors. Once the established objectives are met, the department conducts an ongoing follow-up of each student.
AND ONCE I FINISH SCHOOL… WHAT NEXT?
Starting at Mater Salvatoris means beginning a journey in which students are supported until they pass their university entrance exams and reach university itself. The role of Mater Salvatoris is to ensure that all enrolled students make progress, by providing the assistance necessary to overcome any setbacks.
Mater facilitates the academic and professional future of its students through:
This way, upon completing the Baccalaureate, students are qualified to pursue a higher degree in the various fields of learning, science or technology.
The education received at Mater enables students to access the degrees and universities they choose, both public and private, all over the world.
The good results and levels of excellence achieved have facilitated them progressing into significant professional roles in major international organisations and companies with a global outlook.