Montserrat School The Montserrat School, located in the municipality of Sarrià de Ter (Girona, Spain), on the outskirts of the town, has pupils aged between 3 and 12 years, corresponding to the second cycle of Early Childhood Education and Primary Education. We currently have 460 students. It started activity 40 years ago.The family socio-economic and cultural situation of our students consists on: students from various neighborhoods, students from families with different family languages: Catalan, Castilian, Arabic, Chinese, Fula, Russian ... and medium-low economic and cultural level, and increase families with precarious conditions. Our Educational Project, highlights, among others, to educate in the reflection of the own values and to the others, the spirit of critical values and the capacity for dialogue; encouraging to a receptive attitude towards the changes and to develop self-esteem and self-confidence, as an element that helps to develop their own abilities and social life; foster mutual respect, cooperation and solidarity; and to reach a comprehensive education of students. A formation that makes self-conscious, critical, socially competent students, and with the ability to adapt and live in a changing society, to engage in cooperation and promoting peace, to respect human rights, and to exercise democratic rights and duties situations. Furthermore, we improve educational outcomes and social cohesion through specific objectives and performance indicators, in order to get best results in fundamental areas and promote intercultural education based on equality, solidarity and respect for the diversity of cultures in a context of dialogue and coexistence and promote equal opportunities for avoidance of marginalization and social exclusion.
During the two years duration of the project, the school was represented by: Mrs. Montserrat Xandrich y Francisco, Headmistress and Teacher Mrs. Montserrat Asencio Duran, ELT teacher
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