The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Programme learner profile describes a broad range of human capacities and responsibilities that go beyond academic success.
They imply a commitment to help all members of the school community learn to respect themselves, others and the world around them.
Each of the IB®’s programmes is committed to the development of students according to the IB® learner profile.
The profile aims to develop learners who are:
Students at International Baccalaureate® (IB) World Schools are given a unique education as the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) states in their website. The students will:
IB® World School students develop strong academic, social and emotional characteristics. They are also likely to perform well academically – often better than students on other programmes.
Students on the IB® Diploma Programme (DP) are likely to enroll at top universities, and students on the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP) outperform other students in a number of areas.
IB® teaching and learning is based on interaction between inquiry, action and reflection.
IB® pedagogy is expressed in every aspect of the Middle Years Programme teaching and learning experience with a focus on:
The IB® Diploma Programme is a challenging two year pre-university curriculum, primarily aimed at students aged 16 to 18. It leads to a qualification that is widely recognised by the world’s leading universities.
Students learn more than just a body of knowledge. The Diploma Programme prepares students for university and encourages them to: