We present an innovation for each student stage that we have in our school. The most significant but not the most important.
A space for creation and experimentation using all five senses. Once a topic is chosen as a guiding line, the space is created. It is a carefully designed space, attractive for the children who feel prone to experiment, discover and create. Our sensory atelier has two main objectives: to offer the freedom to experience, discover and create and to learn to respect spaces and other people. The role of the teacher is one of an external observer, it does not take part in the children free discoveries.
Psychomotricity training is extremely important for the physical, emotional and social development of our children. Through the exploration of new materials, they put our children’s creativity and imagination into action, helping them, at the same time, to improve their motor skills, such as coordination, balance and laterality. Psychomotricity sessions take place in a magic classrom: movement, mind, body, breathing, relationship, respect.
The "Creativity Workshop" or creativity workshops develop the technological capabilities of young people, facilitating their professional integration in the most dynamic sectors of the economy. Robotics is one of the professions of the future for its application to all fields of automation and Sant Josep Obrer begins to prepare future experts.
Germany, France and the United Kingdom are now closer to Sant Josep Obrer.
Our Exchange Programmes with some of our partner schools (King Edward VII and Sheffield High School in the UK, Lycée Françoise in Toulose, France and Sant Angela Gymnasium in Cologne, Germany) allow our students to attend lessons and enjoy many cultural and leisure activities and discover, at the same time, the language and culture of these countries, together with classmates and teachers.
DUBLIN BUSINESS SCHOOL-SANT JOSEP OBRER PARTNERSHIP
Can you get a university degree in just one more extra year? This is possible with Sant Josep Obrer’s vocational training system. Our school has a partnership with Dublin Business School that allows our administration and management students in advanced vocational training access a university degree ("Bachelor of Business"/"Bachelor of Business in Accountancy").