Culture & Pedagogy

What we believe about learning

  • We believe that every child is a gift from God with unique potential to be nurtured
  • We believe that we need to constantly improve and evolve to meet the diverse needs of students in a changing world
  • We believe that children are born with a natural sense of curiosity and that our responsibility is to nurture their natural love of learning that it might last a lifetime
  • We believe that the development of skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, negotiation, responsible leadership and collaboration are more important than a focus on the memorisation or retention of easily outdated information
  • We believe resilience, grit and effort are just as important as academic rigor. Very little can be learned from success, but a great deal can be learned from reflecting on failure
  • We believe children learn best when they know the purpose for their learning, are given feedforward for improvement and are involved in real-life, multi-disciplinary projects that inspire them and encourage them to make choices for themselves
  • We believe that student engagement is an essential ingredient to student improvement and achievement, and as such, we embrace a strengths-based approach
  • We believe that parents are the primary educators and that strong partnerships are essential to students’ success

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Graduate aspirations

We strive for our graduating students to be:

  • Collaborative
  • Self-directed
  • Adaptable
  • Resilient and determined
  • Creative
  • Problem Solvers
  • Responsible leaders

We strive for our graduating students to have:

  • Knowledge of themselves as learners
  • Service in their hearts
  • Social and emotional Intelligence
  • Growth mindsets
  • Joy founded on the love of Christ

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