Boarding and half-boarding

Boarding and half-boarding

Pupils can attend the schools as boarders or half-boarders, benefiting from the services the C.N.P.D can offer, including:

  • teachers’ advice on study methods, refectory, transportation, extra-curricular activities and any initiative included in the curricular plan.

The CNPD extra-curricular plan focuses on 4 main goals:

  1. Strengthening and improving language skills
  2. Strengthening and improving multimedia knowledge
  3. Knowledge of the local territory and culture
  4. Education in a European and global context.

Boarding facilities

Boarding pupils who attend internal schools are assisted throughout their stay in the institute by state education staff. The Boarding school is closed from mid-July until the end of August, on public holidays and when school lessons are suspended.

Half-boarding facilities

Pupils who attend the High Schools (Classical, Scientific, Linguistic and Human Sciences High School) can enrol as half-boarding students in their own schools.

They are assisted by state teachers and education staff in the schools until 5.00 pm. Attendance is compulsory until 4.00 pm.
Half-boarding is not provided on Saturdays or on days preceding to long holidays or when lessons are suspended.