OUR SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY
- We believe that all our pupils and staff are unique human beings, capable of spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical growth and development.
- We value truth, freedom, justice, human rights, the law and collective effort for the common good.
- We believe that pupils need to be taught to learn and build on new skills and develop socially.
- We value families as sources of love and support for all their members, and as the basis of a society in which people care for others. We believe we should respect the people, places and environment around us.
- We also wholly believe that pupils learn to value and treat others with respect, not only for what they have but also for what we can do for them.
We believe relationships are fundamental to the development and fulfillment of others, and ourselves and for the good of both the local and wider international community.
- We will provide a balanced and broad curriculum, which will include all pupils of different abilities and needs, from the Early Years Foundation Stage to Secondary.
- We offer a range of extracurricular activities and trips to broaden the experience of school for our pupils and to enrich their learning of academic and social skills.
- We will encourage cross –curricular learning, supported by advancements in technology wherever possible to enhance the learning of our pupils.
- We fully encourage parents to take an active role in their child’s education and development.
- We aim to reward achievement of all members of our school community for their successes.
- Our pupils are members of their local community and of our host country, TANZANIA. We recognize our students come from a multitude of cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds. We therefore seek to provide a secular education that reflects and draws from this diversity by embracing the ideals of international understanding and responsible citizenship.
- We know that providing what children need to become exceptional adults requires more than just academics and we embrace a philosophy of preparing the students for the world and the challenges of the future.