Class programmes are composed according to the child’s age and achievement level. Classes are formed by small groups of children and adolescents, with a high adult to child ratio which can reach a maximum of 2 adults to 6 children, in order to allow a highly individualised learning environment. Classes are formed by children with the most homogenous or complementary profiles possible. We welcome in each class children with developmental difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, learning difficulties and communication impairments. Psychopedagogical programmes are embedded in a cognitive educational approach and are supported by up-to-date knowledge on developmental disorders, always taking your child’s specific skills into consideration. These programmes integrate academic content and activities as close to standard school norms as possible while constantly promoting your child’s global development.
We encourage, as much as possible, children’s integration in regular schools. The integration rate is variable. The project should be accepted by the structure which welcomes the child in its programme. To date, we have successfully led children to full integration following a high recovery of their potential. The integration condition is activated if we find that educational and pedagogical benefits are better adapted in regular programmes. A close collaboration is therefore organised.
FULL-TIME OR COMPLEMENTARY PROGRAMME
Our classes welcome children throughout the school year. Attendance hours can represent a full-time or a complementary programme, but must be a minimum of 6h per week. Collaboration is established with both public and private sectors. The programme implemented at our school does not represent a form of competition, but rather a complementary support sought by the family in order to integrate a cognitive based intervention in their child’s programme. In the last years, many children have benefited from this working method, to their families’ and educational teams’ satisfaction.