The SCHOOLa Place for LEISURE- and LEISURE is the place for CONTEMPLATION
The CHILD is brought into the FAMILY In the HOME
The CHILD is brought into By his/her PARENTS FATHER and MOTHER MAN and WOMAN LORD and LADY who entered into CONJUGAL union, as BRIDE and BRIDEGROOM
If Catholic, received thesacrament of MATRIMONYAt certain age, the CHILD enters the SCHOOL
to become a PUPIL and then a STUDENTUnder the tutelage of TEACHERS
He/she then enters COLLEGE and exercise a PROFESSIONWhich he/she tries to SANCTIFY for the rest of his/her life
At home, we teachREALITY to children in profoundly personal, informal and unstructured way.
In school, we teach REALITY in aprofessional, formal and structured way.
Hence, there is a set curriculum, consisting in:KNOWLEDGE (those that are primarily subject intended to learn reality) (those that work on the SKILLS acquisition of learning subject tools) (those that make our bodyENABLING and spirit more sensitive subject to learning)
The major GOAL of the SCHOOL is the formation ofthe INTELLECT and the WILLof the STUDENT toward what is true and what is good,through the contemplation of reality.