The Good Table Manners project teaches students how to behave at the table, and a series of social values. Sharing a meal is a good opportunity to communicate and make new friendships. Good manners that are acquired while young become habitual.

LAUDE El Altillo teaches good manners that can then be applied in other situations.

Our Early Years teaching staff have developed rules of table manners that are sent home every two weeks and monitored every day in the canteen.

Once a month, Primary students have a practical lesson in their classroom that they then apply in the Good Table Manners canteen.

In Secondary and Baccalaureate, students go to the Good Table Manners canteen in groups of 7. Guided activities show them the importance of certain rules in special situations, such as eating in public places or personal invitations.