In our educational view, and from our integrationist posture, primary school education is a phase of consolidation of the previous stage.
Children begin to develop their capabilities and talents, to discover their different strong points, to learn to use tools for problem-solving, to read and write in the broadest sense of both terms, to develop intellectual technologies and other cognitive skills, to implement what is known as complex thought, to conform “circles of participation and quality”, and to set up the foundation for appropriating languages (in our case English as a first language and the technological language).