17500 m2 for the education of our students
92 Of our pupils finish their school life at the school
11 Students per teacher
51 Competition teams
Guidance is the “soul” of our educational model. Just you, but not you alone.
We accompany each student on their path of personal growth.
The training itinerary followed by the students, accompanied by their trainers, is made up of different activities and programmes that aim to have a real impact on their lives:
- Affective-sexual training – Let’s Learn to Love Programme.
- Etiquette and good manners.
- Virtues programme: Joy, respect, obedience, forgiveness, order, responsibility, kindness, generosity, friendship, strength, humility, sincerity, gratitude and effort.
Individual growth process: Know Yourself, Accept Yourself and Surpass Yourself.
- Mentoring programme.
- Entrepreneurship subjects and programmesIndividual tutoring, group tutoring and workshops with students, character building, education, etc.
- Vocational Guidance Programme: This programme aims to help students become aware of their own gifts along with the opportunities and needs of their environment and to give them the tools to help them plan their future. It is a process that extends throughout school life, but is emotional, with specific methodologies, assessment for learning, etc.
- Reinforcement and extension groups for pupils who need it. When we detect that a pupil has difficulties or high abilities, the Guidance Department together with the teacher study the teaching processes that may be most beneficial, either through the transformation of the teacher’s material (Internal Curricular Adaptation) or through complementary material; always with the aim of each pupil achieving the best version of themselves.
- Tutorials with families, psycho-pedagogical advice and the human formation team.
We train in:
- Self-knowledge and encounter with oneself
- Harmony of character and integration of emotions
- Conviction, autonomy and critical spirit
- Relationship and encounter with others
- The discovery of one’s own vocation
- The configuration of a life project
Accompanying families: we accompany each family in the integral formation of each of their children and therefore, we go beyond the usual contact between families and the centre’s professionals to offer a Parental Accompaniment Programme from which we offer workshops: parenting schools, workshops for married couples, etc.
The milestones of this path of personal growth are synthesised in a motto: Know yourself, accept yourself, surpass yourself.
- It is a path of encounters towards the fullness of the person, in which formator and student mutually enrich each other.
- It is to be committed to the student becoming to an excellent degree what he/she is called to be.
- It is to establish a deep relationship of support, dialogue and communication.
Accompanying means accompanying students on their journey of growth, welcoming them with their talents and their difficulties, with absolute respect for their freedom and their rhythms, so that they can respond to the questions and challenges they encounter, discovering their own vocation and shaping their life project.
Our model of accompaniment is based on a holistic view of the student, discovering all his dimensions: ethical, spiritual, intellectual, affective, communicative, aesthetic, physical and social.
In order to help them grow in a complete, harmonious and fulfilling way, we offer them a wide range of activities and programmes that revolve around accompaniment.
Integral Formation Programme
Formation of will and emotions
We educate the heart, we educate to love
We are reason and heart, and this is formed with attitudes and habits that help us to live as whole people and to live together with others. Our educators work so that children and adolescents discover the values that give rise to the rules on a day-to-day basis, so that they act out of self-conviction and not by the mere imposition of a regulation. We believe in an education that respects the individual because it addresses the reason and will of the pupil.
Virtues Programme and Education for Love Programme (“Let’s Learn to Love”)
By forming the will, affectivity and emotions of our students through these programmes, our goal is that they grow in maturity according to their age. A maturity that is manifested in abilities such as being faithful to the responsibilities assumed, knowing how to read their own feelings and integrate them with the other dimensions of their lives, making prudent decisions, opening up to others and giving themselves to them, that is, in short, loving.
Physical activity and sporting competitions are a laboratory for practising and consolidating habits and virtues that are fundamental for life: teamwork, healthy competition, diligence, willpower, perseverance, courage, friendship, companionship, respect, self-improvement, joy, etc.
Consult all our sports activities, competition teams and extracurricular activities.
We participate in different national and local sports competitions (football, basketball, volleyball, paddle tennis, karate, judo, fencing and athletics), obtaining annual recognition in all the categories in which we participate.
We also have students who are champions in different sporting disciplines, in continuous progression and with a promising future in the world of sport (golf, equestrian, tennis, rhythmic gymnastics, chess and football), among them:
- Elena Robledo champion of the XX Madrid City Council Christmas Trophy.
- Mª Sahara Casas won her category of the prestigious 39th Cross Aldovea in the Children’s category and Martina Villagra came 2nd.
- Our artistic gymnastics team participated in the 3rd Phase of the Artistic Gymnastics School.Solidarity League in Aranjuez in favour of a project for girls in Chad.
- Great performance of our delegation in the 16th Regnum Christi Schools Friendship Tournament (held in Seville) which brings together students from schools in Europe. Our school won the “Fair Play” diploma which rewards the school that has best embodied the values and sporting spirit.
- For the second year in a row our Rugby team has participated in the local School League.
- Our basketball, indoor football, football 7-a-side and mini basketball teams won the 18-19 season cup of the Pozuelo de Alarcón Municipal Sports Games in the different categories in which they participated.
- Extracurricular activities for pupils, parents and teachers of the school.
- Participate in sporting competitions in the area, in our community and also at national level.
- Friendship Tournament: an international sporting competition with more than 1500 participants between the different Regnum Christi schools in Spain and Europe which is held every two years for pupils from the 4th year of primary school onwards.
- Faro Football Cup: a European football match organised by the football clubs of the Regnum Christi schools and which takes place every year in a different city.
- Collective sports: Basketball, volleyball, football and rugby.
- Individual sports: Swimming, Judo, Karate, tennis, athletics, fencing, bilingual chess, ballet, horse riding, flamenco, rhythmic and artistic gymnastics, paddle tennis, skate & surf and figure skating.
- Cultural Activities: guitar, piano, violin, models, computers, Smartick, painting, Chinese, French, study techniques, electronic writing, drama club, French, choir, baking and choir.
The mission of the Psychopedagogical Guidance Department is to contribute to the personal accompaniment of each student. To this end, the psychologists and educational psychologists who form part of it advise the pupils, the other teachers and the families so that, by attending to their individual needs, they help them to achieve the best version of themselves. (Doc. Mission of the RC Schools Spain, art. 124)
Personalisation of Learning
Support and advice on the methodology of our school to PREVENT learning difficulties. Especially in collaborating in the creation of materials and plans to improve the most important skills for learning: reading plan, spelling, written expression, reading comprehension, etc.
Detection of students who may have learning difficulties through classroom observation, group and individual tests, interviews, teacher training.
Development of individual educational support plans for students with Specific Educational Support Needs (SEN).
Monitoring of educational support plans, evolution of our students and variation of plans according to needs.
Support for the Tutorial Action Plan
Coordination and development of tutorial action plans for each year.
In particular, our school focuses on:
– Emotional education.
– Social skills.
– Study habits.
-Prevention and intervention programme in possible cases of bullying.
– Vocational guidance.
– Workshops by professionals (municipal police, city council, etc.) addressing specific topics: social networks, drug use/abuse, internet, video game addictions, cyberbullying, identity theft, etc.
We provide support through individual tutorials with pupils and families.
Coordination, preparation and participation in the Parents’ School.
Communication and individualised monitoring in the case of pupils with specific difficulties.
Evaluation of pupils
Assessment of new pupils entering the school.
Application of institutional group tests.
Individual assessment of students when required.
Vocational Guidance Programme
The school offers students a vocational guidance plan that begins in 3rd year of ESO and ends with the choice of a university degree in 2nd year of Bachillerato. Our activities include:
– Group psycho-pedagogical tests.
– Work Experience.
– University week.
– Round table with former students.
– Professional workshops (with the support of many of our students’ parents) on employment and vocational sectors.
Coordination with external teams
Recommendation by the Guidance Department to parents of the best external centres, according to the specific needs of each pupil.
Regular communication with these centres to coordinate the work being done with the pupil and thus obtain the best attention.
The Everest student
The Everest student is characterised by 5 key traits for personal fulfilment, for university and professional success, and for exercising transformational and servant leadership as a result of the comprehensive training received.