School management is a process by which a school is ruled and administered, so that we can find solutions when problems arise. School management actions and practice have an effect on the school community.
School management is carried out by:
- Management Board
- Pedagogical and Academic Management
- Community Management
- Financial and Administrative Management
The management board leads the school. That is to say, it organises, designs, develops and evaluates its own school policies within the framework of what it is stated by law.
The Pedagogical and Academic Management, which is the essence of the work carried out in a school, is responsible for curricular design, institutional pedagogical practice, classroom management and academic tracking. Its actions are focused on students’ learning and development of personal, social and professional competences.
The Community Management is in charge of the relations within the school community and promotes participation, coexistence, inclusion and risk prevention.
The Financial and Administrative Management accounts for the efficient use of resources, and is in charge of all the processes giving support to the Pedagogical and Academic Management, as well as dealing with the resources, services, finances and accounting.