Head Ashmont





The pedagogic objectives at Ashmont School are focused in:

  • Making happy children and teenagers.Creating of having happy individuals.
  • To give the students the ability to take immediate decisions.
  • Create in the student the need of having a constant: self-learning.
  • Mistakes do not exist; mistakes are a chance to grow.
  • The student needs to be a child when school ends. Home is for the family.
  • We educate for the future. Our students need to know how to perform in jobs that don’t even exist yet.
  • The information is available, what really matters is how we use it.
  • We develop abilities and capabilities cognitive memory is a tool.

Neuropsychology: Is a specialty that studies the correlation of the process that happens between the human behavior and the brain. Its basis comes from cognitive science such as psychology, linguistics and artificial intelligence, supported by neurobiology, neurophysiology and neurochemistry. Its objective is to understand the chemical process between neurons and brain structures, which affect cognitive results, behavior and emotions of the person.





WHAT DO WE SEEK? We will develop competencies that will allow the students to:

  • Face the professional world of the future. The most important part is the challenge that the student will encounter in 10 or 15 years, and he or she will have to be prepared to take decisions.

  • Learn how to do a job that doesn’t even exist yet. We have to develop the abilities that will let them perform with success.

  • Knowledge by definition is not what matters anymore; the importance is in, what we can do with knowledge? The information is available immediately, so how can the student achieve the best result?

  • Finally, we will grant that the student keeps on learning even after graduating. We will create Long-Lasting Learners. The students will learn individually and will find in learning a permanent need for their lives.

Our students will develop:

  1. Reflective thinking.
  2. Decision taking.
  3. Social skills.
  4. Problem resolution strategies.
  5. Full reading comprehension.
  6. Natural management of the Idioms.
  7. Global thinking.
  8. Appropriate use of the information.
  9. Research and investigation skills.
  10. Transform the information in matter