In Bratsch, children are prepared for daily life responsibilities like cleaning, or cooking.
The organization is rigorous : each child has its place, each child has its own task. Children are facing with learning that seems more tedious than school lessons, but which will be useful and beneficial to the individual throughout his life. He is trained in autonomy, activity, and even mutual aid, because exercise helps teach children to be able to deal with community life. Simple lessons that rhyme with "well-being" and "development" because the child helps to make himself useful.
That gives this mutual added value, this social situation, helping with the cooking, and that is like life in reality. You might burn your fingers, but it’s also part of the job. - Damian Gsponer