Exchange, interaction and evolution
Aiming to help families get organized at the beginning of the school year, Escola Bilíngue Pueri Domus gathers its various suppliers and partners at the campuses for a Services Fair. Families have the opportunity to learn about and hire different services, from school transport and meals to the various courses offered in the After School program.
Aiming to help families get organized at the beginning of the school year, Escola Bilíngue Pueri Domus gathers its various suppliers and partners at the campuses for a Services Fair. Families have the opportunity to learn about and hire different services, from school transport and meals to the various courses offered in the After School program.See more
A delightful gathering of students, families and the entire school community, with games, workshops, presentations and other activities aimed at integration among families. Family Day opens our annual calendar of events, a lively and relaxed way to start the school year.See more
The most anticipated sports event at Pueri Domus, the Integration Olympics involves students from Y6 to High School, engaging the entire school in games, performances and plenty of cheering, in a true celebration of sport. Besides encouraging students to practice different Olympic sports, the event fosters integration among the campuses by providing an opportunity for socialization and exchange of experiences.See more
The most cherished typical festivity in Brazil could not be missing on our calendar of events. Our Festa Junina is always very lively and impeccably produced, with lots of color, dance, music, games and good food! Each year the event is based on a different theme linked to Brazilian culture and people. The preparations are a learning opportunity for our students.See more
FEITEK is an event aimed at encouraging the reading of literature and expanding students’ experiences with languages. Each year a different theme is explored, always providing students with inspiring reflections. The preparations involve researching about authors and their works, producing assignments related to the theme and chatting with writers, culminating in a delightful literary fair.See more
A cultural and scientific event whose theme is usually linked to the UNESCO International Year. Students and teachers prepare presentations ranging from drama and music performances to inventions and experiments based on scientific concepts.See more
As a bilingual school, Pueri Domus celebrates some important dates in the culture of English-speaking countries, such as Thanksgiving, a day in which people give thanks for the good events that occurred during the year. Students study the topic in class and then the whole school community and families get together to express their gratitude.See more
To mark the important transition from Middle to High School, Y9 students take part in this beautiful luau-type ceremony. In a meaningful ritual, students note down on piece of paper the bad things they want to leave behind and throw it into the fire; and on another piece of paper they record the good things they aspire for the future, keeping these notes in a chest that will only be opened at the end of High School.See more
Athlete’s Day is an exciting awards ceremony to celebrate students who stood out during the year in different sports. The result is always a surprise, as the winners are only announced at the last moment. At this event, the school presents to families the work developed with sports.See more
We organize a number of events throughout the year to keep the school community engaged and liven up our students’ routine! The main ones are:
We design special projects as we believe our role goes beyond educating good students to educate responsible citizens who are aware of their impact on society.
Created in 2004 by a group of High School students, Projeto Aprender is a youth and adult education course in which classes are taught by students and alumni of Escola Bilíngue Pueri Domus. Besides the regular course, which enables them to sit examinations such as ENCCEJA (National Examination for the Certification of Youth and Adults), participants can also take English classes.
TETO is an international NGO aimed at fighting and denouncing poverty. Among the organization’s several activities, the main initiative is the construction of emergency homes for families in situations of vulnerability. Escola Bilíngue Pueri Domus has been working in partnership with TETO for almost a decade, with High School students volunteering to help with the building. With this work, young people experience an immersion in a reality that is very different from their own, reflecting on our society and gaining insight into the culture and lifestyle of the benefited population.
An integral part of the High School curriculum, the Olho de Prata project is executed by Y10 students. Over the school year they engage in all stages of entrepreneurial academic research: researching, write a theoretical framework, preparing business plans and building their projects, all based on chemistry, physics and biology concepts. At the end of the year, the best projects are awarded in different categories.
Created by High School students as part of the IB subject CAS, the Olharte movement was born in 2019 as an exhibition aimed at engaging the community of Escola Bilíngue Pueri Domus. As of this year, it has been adapted to digital media, motivating and encouraging amateur artists through different means. Olharte receives works, ideas and projects submitted by all artists interested in taking part of the movement, and seeks to create a safe, diverse and transformative environment.
Launched in 2017 at the Aclimação campus, the project aims to encourage a comprehensive and respectful view of differences, raising awareness that we are all, regardless of nationality, part of the human race. Educational activities are organized to provide students with a deeper understanding of the subject of immigration and refugees worldwide and in Brazil. As part of the project, refugees and refugee families from various countries are invited to the school to share their experiences.
Every year, Y5 students bid farewell to their musical experiences at school with a music performance. They research about remarkable personalities and movements in the history of Brazilian culture. The event marks the end of the music education cycle started in Preschool.