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Our Key Principles

Preparing our students for success within the global community

The world is changing at an incredible pace and education has to keep up with this constantly shifting environment. Our students can only succeed in tomorrow´s world if they are well prepared for the challenges they will face in their future professional and personal lives. In addition to providing an excellent academic education, we ensure that our students develop skills and abilities beyond the purely academic and lay down a solid, values-based foundation for life.  

Globeducate – four key principles 

Globeducate´s educational vision is based on four fundamental principles: Educational Excellence, Skills and Competencies, Character and Global Perspectives. 

Educational Excellence 

We deliver educational excellence. Our schools guarantee that each student receives individual attention, enabling all-round development and providing the best opportunities to identify and develop their talents.  

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Boy making LEGO Spike robot

Skills and Competencies

Our schools develop skills and competencies beyond the purely academic. Our students are encouraged to participate in the many artistic, musical and sporting activities on offer in our schools. Several of our campuses have integrated music academies, some have visual and performing arts centres and others focus on promoting sporting excellence.  

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To navigate their futures, our students must develop creativity, self-confidence and perseverance and they must learn to respect and appreciate the ideas, perspectives and values of others. Globeducate schools place the development of character as an essential part of the learning journey for the development of a well-educated young adult.  

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Primary students art class

Global Perspectives

We encourage our students to build their own understanding of world events, to think about what is important to them and to challenge ignorance and intolerance. Across our network of schools, we use language as a tool for intercultural experience.

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