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|Language of instruction||Dutch, English, and French|
|Native Dutch, English, and French teachers|
|Extra languages (other than Dutch, English, and French)|
This school is not available for a twelve year old child.
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|Supervised care before/after school||
Agnes offers after-school supervision (for all pupils) and study (only for pupils of Primary classes) as part of facilities. This is done to make life easier for parents who cannot match their work schedules with that of the school. The after-school care is open till 6 pm.
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Agnes School offers a wide variety of Extra Curricular activities during lunchtime and after school. Football, instrumental lessons (piano, flute, violin, guitar, cello, voice), musical awakening, speech and drama, creative workshop, German.
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|Sports activities included||
Sport is of major important to the boys and girls at Agnes. They are taught gym and different sports (individual and in group). Girls and boys have different sport and gym sessions. Specialists in sport and physical education are in charge of this department. Team spirit, competition and self-control are some of the values worked on during these lessons.
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|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Agnes School is an independent co-educational day school, with a Catholic ethos, founded on a belief that parents are the first educators of their children. Goal is to help parents raise their children to become outstanding young men and women who are prepared to live by Christian principles all their lives. In order to do this Agnes School encourages each child to become the best person that he or she can be.
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The primary focus of Agnes School’s educational philosophy is the development of true freedom that will enable its pupils to live a more complete human life, as opposed to the mere attainment of some technical skills or knowledge. This is understood by a “liberal arts” education; the root of the word “liberal” is the Latin word “liber,” meaning “free.” A liberal arts education increases one’s freedom, understood as the ability to embrace the Good, wherever it is truly recognized. It imparts the freedom necessary to join with the great minds of history, rising above one’s current situation and culture, to appreciate what is deepest in our human condition. Acquiring a liberal arts education is a life-long process; Agnes School strives to form life-long learners who have what the Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman called a “habit of mind” in pursuit of intellectual excellence and the contemplative life. An education at Agnes School involves the acquisition of excellent study habits which together with an enquiring mind form the basis of a life-long love of learning.