Everything that the centre (and doesn’t do) is an act of communication and should provide a clear message in reference to the educational identity.
‘We are like this’ and ‘This is how we do things’ are messages that can be promoted and made unique, in reality and in cyberspace, through the analysis of data that the centre generates, via Open Days and in the training of families, in the trajectory of ex-students and the excellent work of teachers and the management team.
Prevention, Management and Evaluation of educational crises such as accidents in the centre or while travelling, intoxications, abuse, bullying, sudden problems during excursions o legal infractions.
Partial management, support, generation of ideas or a full keys in hand service for open days or institutional events.
Training for families and active learning for the educational community.
Creation or improvement of the webpage to maximise the reach of the message and make the centre’s processes more efficient.
Establishment of a plan of activity on social networks and the media.
Creation and maintenance of an ex-alumni community.
Analysis of educational data to measure school activity and the level of student and family satisfaction.
Public administrations have only partially universalised education. Educational inclusion, sadly, has not been effectively generalised everywhere.
Singularities such as dyslexia, visual difficulties, precocious intelligences, the autistic spectrum, special mobility needs or mental health deserve the attention of the whole educational community, for the values required and for the corresponding attention of the centre’s current and potential students.
Singularities derived from the complete or partial lack of vision.
Learning difficulties due to disfunctions in reading/writing.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Asperger and other singularities.
Above average intellectual and emotional intensity.
Singularities deriving from the total or partial lack of capacity in hearing or speaking, and the related sign language.
Emotional wellbeing and personal autonomy.
Medium or severe mobility difficulties.