As an identifying feature of our educational work,

we aim to build an open house

For this reason we invite our friends and make space, whenever possible, for those who need it. We try to be open-minded and non-judgemental, but we do try to respond to the most disadvantaged youth.
Our educational style consists of bringing out the best in each person, so that educators aim to enhance what each person considers to be positive in him/herself. Solutions to problems are sought in daily assemblies in which we all participate.
We believe that sparing the rod does not spoil the child, so we exchange punishments for reasons and points of view.
Whoever loves you does not have to make you cry, but rather smile. When there is no joy, we ask ourselves why; when there is joy, we enjoy it.

When programming the different activities, we take into account the following:

Through the Home and School, we share with the children experience and knowledge of:

  • Christian experiences.

  • Empowerment of self-esteem.


  • Pacific and fraternal cohabitation, sharing as much as possible.

  • Healthy and respectful life with one’s own and other people’s bodies.

  • Affectionate family environment

  • Support for study and demanding work habits.

  • Alternatives for leisure time and healthy fun

  • Varied artistic expressions and manual work

  • Analysis of local, national and international realities.

  • Sincere, tolerant, unselfish and open personal relationships.

  • Organisation and problem solving in assemblies.

Specific methods:

  • Coordination, aiming for a common goal, and a good relationship amongst educators.

  • Daily and priority dedication to the children, listening, dialoguing and supporting them in their studies.

  • Continuous training, trying to incorporate and discover all those positive experiences and knowledge that can be useful to us, without closing ourselves to change

  • Closeness and exigency among those who form the community, leading to the birth of a spontaneous friendship

  • Acquisition of newspaper reading and writing habits.

  • Fulfilment of duties in the Home.

  • Austerity of means, search for satisfaction and entertainment not linked to consumerism.

  • Travel to other countries and cities.

  • Camping and visits to the countryside.

  • Facing all kinds of problems, without prejudice, professionally, looking for solutions inside or outside. The most frequent nowadays are those related to drugs, aggressiveness and sexuality.

  • Clear management, with access for all, seeking the maximum use of the facilities through a strict economic discipline.