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  • We are a truly international school

    With 40+ nationalities represented at our school we are rich in cultural diversity

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  • Our promises

    We nurture academic excellence, social confidence, manners, and both respect and self-respect.

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  • Inspiring and passionate

    Our teachers are all well qualified and highly experienced in what they do, we give students the opportunities they need to lead

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  • A personalised approach to learning

    Our approach focuses on the individual child, coupled with global opportunities offers every child unique experiences.

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  • Taking learning beyond the classroom

    "There is more in you than you think"

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    We can help with any query about your move abroad or just help put your mind at ease about schooling here

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Why is wellbeing important at school?

Wellbeing is important at school because schools are essential role in supporting students to make healthy lifestyle choices and helping them to understand the effects of their choices on their health and wellbeing. 

Childhood and are crucial periods in the development of long-term learning, behaviours, neural pathways, and attitudes  towards personal wellbeing and lifestyle choices. The social and emotional space that schools can provide for students to try out the skills, knowledge and behaviours that they are learning help them build resilience and set patterns for how they will manage their mental, emotional and physical health throughout their lives.

Schools provide students with reliable unbiased information to deepen their understanding of life choices they face. Providing students with the intellectual skills required to reflect critically on these choices and on the influences that society has on them is especially important as peer pressure, advertising, social media and family and cultural values all apply pressure on young people’s decision making.

Wellbeing and academic achievement and directly linked, and the feed each other reciprocally. For example, physical activity is associated with improved learning and greater concentration. Strong, supportive relationships give students the emotional support to step out of their ‘comfort zone’ and explore new ideas and ways of thinking. Positive emotions are also associated with the development of flexibility and adaptability, openness to other cultures and beliefs, self-efficacy and tolerance, central to our school’s value of Respect. 

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Pastoral Care and Wellbeing

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