Student Profile

Personal Attitudes and Skill Development

Knowledge acquisition is based on a number of diverse factors but the most central are the development of self-esteem, emotional stability, positive attitudes, and skills in organization and learning such as research skills, organization of time, along with the development of analytical and thinking and problem solving skills. Students should learn to control and construct their own learning within the context of their knowledge and understanding of their local, national and international communities. 

To this end open-mindedness, independent critical thinking, and the ability to evaluate and justify knowledge and beliefs are central to the learning process. The students themselves become active participants in the learning process, setting their goals and linking the learning experience to their learning goals and environment. The hope is that students see learning as an interesting and integral part of the world in which they live.

Student Profile

The School's aim is to develop:

  • Proud of themselves and what they have achieved
  • Independent and confident
  • Ready to enter and confidently face the adult world
  • For their fellow students
  • For all the people within the school community
  • For those in need or less fortunate than themselves
  • For their environment
  • Enjoy coming to school
  • Are proud of their school
  • Have a positive, optimistic attitude and a cheerful disposition
  • Achieved their full potential, academically, socially, physically and morally.
  • Enriched themselves in all areas of the curriculum including sports and the arts, as well in a personal sense of personal development, achievement, and well-being.


It is expected that every student will work towards becoming:

  • Inquirers: Being able to carry out purposeful constructive research.
  • Thinkers: Being capable of independent, critical, analytical thinking with the ability to make sound decisions and solve complex problems.
  • Communicators: Being able to express ideas and information clearly and confidently in more than one language.
  • Knowledgeable: Acquiring a base of ?significant?academic and social knowledge.
  • Principled: Displaying integrity, honesty, and a sense of fairness and justice, as well as grasping the principles of ethical and moral reasoning.
  • Caring: Showing sensitivity towards the feelings and needs of others. Considerate. Committed to action and service. Concerned for the environment.
  • Open - Minded: Showing respect for others and for their views, values and traditions.Able to consider a range of points of view openly and without prejudice.
  • Tolerant: Patient, understanding, and forgiving.
  • Fair: Just, impartial, and objective.
  • Reflective: Able to analyse personal strengths and weaknesses constructively.
  • Committed: Willing to take risks. Confident and able to explore new ideas and strategies. Willing to stand up for moral or ethical beliefs. Reliable.
  • Positive: Showing self-respect, self-esteem, self-discipline, responsibility.
  • Well balanced: Understanding the importance of physical and mental balance, and personal well-being.
  • General Expectations
      • Students are expected to behave in a way that is consistent with the aims of the school. Students must respect the feelings, needs and rights of others and also expect that such regard is shown to them.
      • Courtesy and good manners are important qualities and must be fostered by all members of the school. Students are accountable for their words and actions and will be asked to explain when their conduct and behaviour departs from the school?s expectations.

(International Baccalaureate)

It is expected that every student will try to become:

  • Inquirers: their natural curiosity has been nurtured and they actively enjoy learning .
  • Thinkers: they exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to solving complex problems.
  • Communicators: they receive and express ideas and information confidently in more than one language.
  • Risk-takers: they approach unfamiliar situations without anxiety and have the confidence to explore new ideas.
  • Knowledgeable: they have explored themes that have global significance and have acquired a critical mass of knowledge.
  • Principled: they have a sound grasp of the principles of moral reasoning and have acquired integrity, honesty and a sense of justice.
  • Caring: they show sensitivity towards the needs and feelings of others, and have a sense of personal commitment to helping others.
  • Open-minded: they respect the values of other individuals and cultures and seek to consider a range of points of view
  • Well-balanced: they understand the importance of physical and mental balance and personal well-being.
  • Reflective: they give thoughtful consideration to their own learning by constructively analysing their personal strengths and weaknesses.?


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