Practical Life

To refine the five senses through the use of scientifically developed materials




To help the child to discriminate and classify aspects of his environment 




· To read fluently and write legibly

· To speak clearly and to communicate directly




To know the four early areas of mathematics – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division – and to be able to apply them



Cultural Subjects

Social experience is an integral part of life in the classroom – younger children learn from the older ones and the older children learn how to help the young ones. Once he is five, a child has developed the physical and mental capacity to stay at school all day. With a smaller group of children in the afternoon, he has time to work with peers on more academic tasks to prepare him for the next level of schooling.