English, entrepreneurship, economics, shared leadership and media literacy will become even more important for the current generation entering the labour market in twenty years' time. These skills are important both for the children choosing a theoretical further education and for the more practical talents.
In two years, the school wants to go to increased English, which is 15% of the teaching time in English. And within four years, this results in a bilingual school that offers 30 - 50% of its instructions in English. The school is actively committed to internationalisation and is looking for partners at home and abroad who, like de Ontmoeting, place the emphasis on bilingualism and entrepreneurship. In collegial cooperation with the Comenius for Secondary Education, the school wants to put 'entrepreneurship' on the educational offer. Entrepreneurship requires critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving ability and cooperation from children.
Within the new website, children can communicate with each other about schoolwork and other activities in a protected environment; in this way they become media literate.
ICT literacy can also be found in learning how to deal with programmes such as Excel, PowerPoint and Prezi. Finally, children learn to filter the right knowledge and information within the web, which matches their educational needs.