Working on ICT (information and communication technology) is transdisciplinary at WS.
In a world where information is easily found and technological changes are faster each day, we want to offer a curriculum prioritizing the creative aspect upon the informative one.
We want our students to develop the following skills and competences:
- To handle and use of programmes and apps (digital design and coding)
- To investigate and administrate information (to obtain, assess and classify information)
- To use digital media to communicate, work collaboratively and offer solutions to their community.
Sciences promote curiosity and discovery. These subjects allow students to translate daily questions into problems so as to learn and understand reality. Moreover, those learners who evolve scientific-thinking skills can formulate hypotheses and develop problem-solving and inquiry strategies.
Our School has a complete lab well prepared both for theoretical and practical classes. This is not only a field of formal knowledge but also a way to develop self- awareness on interests and skills.