School is for all children, regardless of their ethnicity, culture, nationality, religious beliefs and the diverse skills they may posses. In full compliance with the law and human rights, which prescribe that all human beings be formally and essentially equal, we believe that in order to ensure that every child feels welcome in our environment we must provide educational pathways that adjust to each student’s potential. Our main focus is the pursuit of self independence, along with the development of skills and specific talents that every single child may have. In our view, the outcome of diversity should never be disequality. It is the school’s duty to guide children with learning disabilities or difficulties to the point where they can gain self-awareness, find their own identity. On these grounds, our school offers through all of its cycles a flexible and self-consistent educational programme that takes into account the potential of every single child, while setting goals according to their personal cognitive, psychomotor, social, logic and language demands, once these have been documented. Our school views diversity as opportunity. We have always proudly boasted our commitment to helping everyone grow their potential and providing flexible yet well-structured class activities, that are shaped according to each individual’s peculiar needs.