In line with the cd. Pact of Co-responsibility, we foresee multiple mechanisms of participation of the family that range from the initial co-presence of the parents with the educators within the nursery to the specifically designed tools of involvement, which are aimed at meeting the needs of dialogue and collaboration suitable to implement the indispensable educational alliance between school and family. In fact, both social institutions are holders, in different ways, but with equal dignity, of the delicate task of raising and training children as balanced and peaceful people.
• Tutorial interviews
In addition to the daily discussion that takes place between educators and parents when they leave school, special meetings are planned three times a year, during which it is possible to access a broader and more in-depth overview of the path taken from time to time, with reference to strictly understood teaching and to all other aspects of pupils’ growth and education.
• Pedagogical meetings
Our Institute proposes open meetings with experts in child education in support of parenting. They take place, from time to time, according to specific issues of significant and objective interest in the path of growth and education of children, ranging from the most complex problem of cyberbullying to the everyday and only prima facie trivial theme of ‘whims’ apparently unmotivated.
** To find out about the scheduled meetings, contact our secretariat.
• Listening desk
The Institute also provides families with some moments of private meeting with a psycho-pedagogical expert, in order to deepen even the most delicate educational and social aspects in the child’s growth.
• Student—Led Conferences
At the end of the year, families are invited to attend our Student – Led Conferences, during which the children of the School present their work during the year to their parents, as a time when a greater awareness of the path is realized carried out, with maturation of the results achieved and satisfaction in sharing them. These events, to be considered very useful in the pupils’ learning process, on the one hand, make the school activity more transparent and, on the other hand, offer parents an important opportunity for involvement.