The specialists that make up our Educational Psychology Department (DPP) suggest and implement strategies to facilitate the resolution of socio-emotional conflicts, considering the specific needs of individual students, to enhance their cognitive and interpersonal skills, and help build self-esteem by developing joint plans for students, parents and teachers in a prevention framework as needs arise.
- Promote work and facilitate connections between all parties involved: administration, teachers, students, parents, assistants and service personnel
- Identify student profiles to approach their intellectual resources and emotional functioning and share the corresponding reports to teachers and parents
- Responsible for providing continual support to the teaching staff, taking into special consideration learner diversity and special education needs
- Offer orientation for parents through workshops and individual counselling sessions
- Counsel students with regard to their Life Plan by helping them discover their individual strengths and weaknesses
- Give special learning support to students as required
- Interview parents and evaluate children applying to the school from 2nd grade onward