The School Study programme is addressed to the Primary School children of all grades and is divided into three parts.
A meal in the kitchen: The children eat in groups and share their news in a warm environment,. After eating, the children judge their meal, suggest dishes they would like to try, and participate in clearing the table and setting it for the next group.
Homework: Divided into small groups, the children study their lessons, the main objective being for them to develop skills that will help them study on their own and also learn to organise and make use of their space and time efficiently. They also learn to prioritise the lessons they need to study and to use techniques that help them deal with subjects they find difficult. When the children finish their homework, they complete an exercise book where they evaluate their performance in each of the subjects they studied.
Recreation: After completing their homework, the children can spend time creatively with board games, reading books, talking and drawing, as well as play in the school’s courtyard.
The School Study programme is held daily, from 2:30 to 4:45pm.