Our focus on learning across the different levels of schooling ensures we deliver the best education to equip students for the 21st Century. Our dynamic curriculum is reviewed and updated regularly to ensure it is always current and relevant to the learning needs of our students. We place an emphasis on the process of learning and learning from feedback so students are well equipped to take the next challenge in their learning. Our students have access to the latest technology and we have a tablet provided for each student. E-Learning is integrated into the curriculum and is used to enhance learning at every level. We encourage responsible online behaviour through education and seminars.
Our curriculum builds on approaches to learning developed in the Middle Years and encourages all students to develop enquiring minds. Students are guided towards independent and self-directed learning and subjects are offered to inspire a sense of curiosity and to encourage a love of the subject.
21st Century Skills
Ways of Thinking
Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making are all core skills that are promoted across all facets of the curriculum.
Critical Thinking is encouraged at all classroom levels, ensuring students learn to think critically and understand local and international issues and complex ideas.
Problem Solving is promoted across all facets of the curriculum, from solving a structural problem when creating a design product to working out alternative ways to tackle complex problems.
Ways of Working
There are many opportunities for students to collaborate with fellow students locally and around the world to encourage excellent communication skills.
Skills for Living
Our Sport, Health and Physical Education programmes help promote a lifelong participation in physical activity.
Our Global Perspectives and Social Responsibility Projects equip students with skills to cope with society today and our emphasis on service throughout the School means students are encouraged to think and act on behalf of their local and international communities.