David Meunier, head of the Sainte-Marie de Plougno Agricultural Vocational School, has high hopes for using new technologies in the service of people and people with disabilities. He, along with others, relies on a team of twelve professors and ten agents to develop the use of these avant-garde technologies among young students at his institution.
The training provided in its institution is related to the service provided by the individual in option selling and option animation in the form of initial training; At the end of their course, students will receive a CAP or BAC PRO.
The school experienced a quiet return to school (120 students including 40 boarders) with an education team unchanged as provided last year.
This back-to-school flagship project focuses on disability, animal mediation, and the use of connected materials in collaboration with Plugno Nursing Home and the Ecomuseum. The partnership is planned with SPACE in Rennes, and the institution is working to ensure that the actors in the show use the immersive reality imagined by the students.
The institution, which is the origin of the twin along with the town of Bedernau (Germany), welcomed the correspondents on the occasion of the renewal of the twin.
An integration day is planned for September 15 in Saint-Michel-en-Grave.
A study trip to Ireland is planned for the end of September for 3rd year students, 2nd year CAP and first BAC PRO. Ten students will do an internship in Ireland after this trip to discover the methods used in this country and to improve their language learning.
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