The Denis Diderot School is a community in which we learn
from one another with dedication and inspiration. We strive to meet the needs
of every student by stimulating independence, responsibility, exploratory
spirit, willingness to learn, empathy and tolerance from the earliest age.
The teachers at the Denis Diderot School are confident and
have a rich array of experience in working with children. They impart to the
children their enthusiasm and curiosity to explore the world, inspiring them to
seek new knowledge and make discoveries. They make education fun, interesting
and useful by taking into account the children’s own individuality. They manage
the learning process, monitor the progress of each student and bear responsibility
for the outcome.
The main focus of the Denis Diderot School is the children’s
development, their interests and abilities. Our aspiration is for every young
person graduating from the Denis Diderot School to be independent, capable and
compassionate, so as to be able to cope successfully with their
responsibilities and challenges later in life with care and respect both for
themselves and for others. We cultivate and encourage these qualities, and the students
acquire skills for the responsible management of their own education,
contributing their ideas and suggestions.
The parents of the students at the Denis Diderot School come
from different origins and have different professional careers, but they all
share one basic value: the family as the most important nucleus for education
in the spirit of care, love, diligence and empathy. They also have the
opportunity to be actively involved in the school community, and they can work
together with us to achieve the best development of their children.
Communication and feedback
Contact with parents and feedback are extremely important to
the Denis Diderot School. We encourage the sharing of ideas, opinions and
recommendations on the part of the parents. Our communication with parents is extremely transparent and
ongoing in the form of personal meetings or in writing though the school’s
online platform. Parents receive information from the platform on the
curriculum, classes until the end of the year, the annual calendar, as well as
regular information on the progress of their children .
In individual meetings organised at the parent’s request or
at the teacher’s discretion, parents are given detailed information on the
development of their child. Parents can schedule an appointment either
personally or online. Open Doors Months are organised twice a year: in November
and March. This is an opportunity for the parents to get an idea about the
natural course of a study period, about life at the school, about the teacher’s
work and about the student’s overall attitude to the learning process. A School for Parents is organised four times a year with the
aim of assisting parents in the education of their children with discussions on
topical issues connected with the child’s development.