Being part of our school means having an educational community to focus on the needs of our students. Sometimes those needs can affect the learning process and the evolution of our students. That’s where our guidance department comes in. For kindergarten and primary, the students will be attended by those on the Child Development team. In Secondary and Bachillerato-Sixth Form our Guidance Counselor will attend to the needs of those students. We work hand in hand with both teams, students, families and other professionals to address any problem that needs to be met.
Using the model of educational inclusion, personal development, vocational and professional guidance of our students, and ultimately coordinating with their parents we work to improve the process of teaching and learning.
It is not about having the right to be equal, but having the same right to be different!
Child Development Department: Kindergarten and Primary Education
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd of Primary: María Ventura
4th, 5th and 6th of Primary: María Herrán
Occupational Therapist: Ana Molina
Guidance Department: Secondary Education and Bachillerato-Sixth Form
1st, 2nd and 3rd of Secondary: Amparo Selma
4th of Secondary and Bachillerato Level 1 and 2: Marcela Gallach
Our opening hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can contact or arrange a meeting with us by calling the centres telephone number (963 53 66 00) or by email:
Head of Department and guidance counselor of 4th of Secondary and Bachillerato Level 1 and 2
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd of Primary School
4th, 5th and 6th of Primary School
1st, 2nd and 3rd year of Secondary
Occupational Therapist for Kindergarten and Primary
For our students we perform the following:
Socio-psychological and educational evaluations in order to prevent and detect learning disabilities as well as to prepare accommodation procedures and strategies.
Group test administration.
Emotional Intelligence Workshops.
Personalized responses to the individual needs of our students and their families.
Monitoring of students’ academic development.
Advice and support for students through periods of transition.
Academic and professional guidance.
Support for our teaching staff, especially those with special needs students or students who have joined the school late.
Coordination with external services and professionals who work with our students.
Our School has incorporated a new tool to help our students in their vocational guidance process. Orientaline is a website where you can find the following information:
Updated data on the different educational itineraries.
School Orientation Questionnaires.
Profession questionnaire that completes information about prospects professionals of our students.
We hope that this tool will be useful as a complement to the vocational guidance process that we carry out from the School center together with your sons and daughters.
You can access from the following link: https://tinyurl.com/orientadominicos
Or by scanning this QR code:
Maintenance of strong relationships with families enabling collaboration and communication with the school.
Emotional Intelligence workshops for parents.
Workshops and talks on educational and vocational guidance for parents.
Anti-bullying training for families and pupils by AEPAE
The school has been working to raise awareness and prevent bullying within our community. To this end, teachers have received specialized training while students, along with their families, have been given access to anti-bullying workshops.
The school has been collaborating with AEPAE (Spanish Association for School Bullying) which has overseen the protocols and procedures of this project.