We differentiate the look with which we see education and learning of children and young people.
EDUCATION IS NOT MERELY THE TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION
Education is the development of learning processes that allow children to develop skills and tools that are useful, regardless of the context and the particularities of the object of study in which they have to develop.
Interactions of all kinds have the potential to generate learning, which is taken as an active resource in the school and challenges us to look for new and innovative ways to allow this to happen.
WE ENHANCE THE UNIQUENESS
OF EVERY CHILD
We want our students to be able to discover and put their personal abilities and interests to the best possible use throughout their years of education. Discovering the emotional wealth of each individual is a daily challenge for us.
WE CENTER OUR THEME TO PROMOTE THREE SKILLS FOR CITIZENS OF THE FUTURE
It is the result of inquisitive, imaginative, perseverant, collaborative and disciplined work. To be creative is to inject dynamism into a traditional education that has become static.
It is the ability of people to take responsibility for themselves and their actions in the community. It is to be an active agent of change in the social and cultural environment.
It is the ability that allows us to complicate the look with which we approach reality, enhancing the critical look and the capacity to address the challenges of today's society.
CURRENT EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES REQUIRE A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK THAT ACHIEVES COMPLEMENTING CLASSICAL CONTENT WITH OTHER AREAS OF DEVELOPMENT
The KOPERNIKUS PEDAGOGICAL MODEL works in an interlaced manner, both academic content and skills, as well as training skills, the development of the personal interests of children and young people, and a special sensitivity to the arts and the natural environment.
A student of Kopernikus is a person who knows him or herself and exercises his or her autonomy. He or she is committed to global challenges and approaches them creatively and in collaboration with others.
What does it mean to exercise autonomy?
Be responsible for myself and my actions, playing an active role in decision making.
What does it mean to be committed?
Be interested in the environment that surrounds the student, respects it and works to improve it.
What does "creatively" refer to?
Use the 5 habits of the mind:
What is collaboration?
Work with others in pursuit of a common purpose, assuming roles and valuing the contribution of each person.