The family is an essential part of our educational community.
It is important for the pupil that parents are committed to participating in school events, so that pupils feel integrated and proud of their school, and to this end we have devised a House System, like the English system, thus achieving greater involvement of the whole family in school life.
Public classes: Parents come as spectators to see how we apply our pedagogical system. These take place in Infant (P3 and P5) and Primary (2nd, 4th and 6th grades).
Exhibition classes: Secondary 2nd and 4th year students present to their parents what they have learnt during the course.
Father’s Day: This is one of the most important days in our school. Fathers in Infant Education take part in different activities prepared by their children.
Mother’s Day: This is one of the days that the Infant pupils look forward to the most. Mothers participate with their children in different activities.
Grandparents’ Day: This is the sweetest day of the school, as the grandparents take part in the cake competition. The most original, sweetest and tastiest cakes are judged. The pupils prepare different activities for the grandparents and at the end of the day they eat the cakes.
Family Day: On this day families enjoy the school facilities and different activities that make pupils feel proud of their own school.
Festivals: At Christmas and at the end of the school year, Infant and Primary pupils take part in these festivals.
Parent training: Highlands provides parents with training related to the education of their children.