At St. Michael’s International School we promote cultural harmony through progressive and global education using a curriculum designed to cultivate critical thinking, enhance self-awareness and promote international mindedness. Our school is a proud International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) and International Primary Curriculum (IPC) member school. This is a research-based curriculum recognising global best practice in early childhood and primary education.
At St. Michael’s we define international mindedness as knowing we are all different and respecting all cultures, because we understand that we are part of the same global community.
Our goal is to encourage St. MIchael’s students to be caring and compassionate so that they can help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. This includes
- Understanding themselves so they can better connect with others,
- awareness that the world is much larger than the community in which they live,
- respect and understanding for other perspectives, cultures and languages,
- ability to see themselves as responsible members of the community and as global citizens.