We follow the learner attributes as outlined by Cambridge Curriculum.
Our teachers are:
Confident - Are confident in their subject areas and engage the students in their learning, they are able to mentor students and model problem solving for the students.
Responsible - Are responsible for the learning of their students and responsive to their needs, are respectful and open minded and develop the students holistically and individually
Innovative - Are teacher inquirers, modeling a love of learning, a willingness and commitment to new teaching and learning strategies and are creative, flexible and imaginative.
Reflective - Are reflective about their teaching practices and are lifelong learners through a commitment to ongoing professional development.
Engaged - Are engaged in Professional learning that deepens their understanding of teaching and learning. They are passionate and ready to make a difference to the lives of others demonstrating a strong commitment to the Prime Bank English Medium School Community.
Our students are:
Confident: - Are confident in working with their own ideas and those of others. They are risk takers, critical thinkers and are ready to defend their point of view and respect those of others.
Responsible - Are responsible for their own learning, set targets and work towards these. They are collaborative and supportive and understand their actions have impacts on others and the environment.
Innovative - Are equipped for new and future challenges. They are creative and imaginative in their thinking and apply their knowledge and understanding to new situations. They adapt well to new ways of thinking.
Reflective - Are reflective as learners, developing their ability to learn. They understand that the processes of learning hold as much or more importance than the product. Engaged - Are engaged intellectually and socially and ready to make a difference. intellectually, professionally and socially, ready to make a difference. They are alive with curiosity, embody a spirit of enquiry and are keen to learn new skills and are receptive to new ideas. They are equipped to participate constructively in society and the economy – locally, nationally