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Ethos is established and sustained by those repeated practices and traditions, by the beliefs and attitudes promoted and by the goals aspired to by the school community. The policies and attitudes of the school are inspired by Gospel values. Christ, as the source of those values, is a familiar and attractive reality for the teachers and pupils.
The school aims at promoting the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the person of the pupil, including his/her relationship with God, with other people and with the environment. Prayer is a feature of the school day.
The pupils are prepared for the reception of the Sacraments of First Confession, First Holy Communion and Confirmation, in accordance with arrangements in the diocese The Liturgical Seasons are part of the rhythm of the school year.
The children are given an opportunity to participate in Liturgical Celebrations arranged by the school.
The school identifies itself with its parish, working closely with the local priest. Pupils are encouraged to participate in parish activities appropriate to their age. The school aims at fostering a sense of community between management, teachers,
parents and pupils and a sense of insertion into the wider community of the parish. A spirit of mutual respect is promoted within the school community.
The school’s code of discipline reflects the Christian values promoted within the school, with an emphasis on forgiveness, sharing, reconciliation and hope. Teachers are sensitive to needs and particular circumstances of pupils. The school recognises the dignity and value of each person made in the image and likeness of God. Close contact is maintained between school and home. Parents and teachers support one another as partners in leading the young pupils to the fullness of their
potential at the different stages.