Emergent Student Profile is our promise and our goal. Everything we do in the school strives to achieve this for each child. While each child will take a different path towards this profile, we run the school with the firm belief that it is this profile that will enable our children to be leaders of the 21st century.
The emergent student profile comprises three essential faculties:
Core values function as the foundation of leadership. Our students will role model these values:
Knowledge, as defined at Mount Litera Schools, goes beyond the traditional boundaries of academic learning. Our students will gain knowledge in:
Higher Order Thinking Skills
Students gain real understanding of each subject they take. This enables them to not only retain and apply but also create new knowledge and ideas from this understanding.
Students are encouraged to take up sports, not only for Fitness and health but to ingrain the values of sportsmanship and teamwork.
Art (Fine arts, Performing arts and Applied arts)
Students will develop proficiency in one or more art forms.
Students will see the world as an owner. They’ll develop an ability to reach a goal by making choices and sequencing actions.
Students will develop a strong and empowering relationship with money and managing it.
Life Skills are critical to lead life powerfully. Our students will emerge out of school with the following Life Skills:
Our character is a composite of our habits. Inspired by Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Mount Litera Schools have a series of programs during the duration of student’s stay that build effective habits for leading life.
Media literacy develops the ability to analyze, critique and effectively use the media to and more information and make informed decisions.
Aesthetic sense helps students appreciate the beauty that exists around them and contribute to it.
Metacognition is the skill of knowing how we learn and our peculiar style of learning. This gives us access to removing the hidden barriers to our learning.
This is the skill of making your own decisions at the risk of making a mistake, rather than simply doing what you are told to by others.
Self-management plans are used to teach students to independently complete tasks and take an active role in monitoring and reinforcing their own behaviour. An important goal in education is to foster self-reliance and independence.