More and more parents are finding that the conventional education system is not suitable for every child. Some children work at a very fast pace, and others at a slower pace. Some children may be highly intelligent but have been diagnosed with ADD, Dyslexia or another learning barrier and may need individual support and personalised mentoring to reach their full potential. Students with learning barriers are able to successfully complete their schooling careers provided they receive the correct academic and emotional support.
In addition to the above, parents are looking to expand their students University and future employability prospects to include the option of studying or working overseas.
The British International curriculum in known for propelling students forward in terms of study options but also equips a student to achieve greater success at tertiary level due to the fundamental principles the curriculum is based on. Students that complete the British International schooling curriculum are taught skills such as research, analysing information, critical thinking, independent reflection, collaboration and communication. These skills are paramount to a students success at tertiary level and in the workplace. Harnessing these skills from a young age is vital in today’s competitive word of work.
The equation of education usually starts with a syllabus and ends with the student. At the British Royal College, we turn this equation on its head and start with the student and their individual needs. The British International Curriculum is known for it’s student centred approach. The curriculum is focused on mastering skills instead of ploughing through endless information without mastering anything.
At the British Royal College we understand that traditional schooling may not be the perfect fit for all students, therefore we offer a student centric model for those looking for an alternative to traditional schooling. Many talented, intelligent and bright students miss their opportunity to achieve success in crowded classrooms, negative environments with inadequate student support services. Moving over to a non-traditional schooling approach may seem daunting, but it is often the best thing a parent can do for their student.
With small classes, individualized student support, high expectations and the fostering of a growth mindset, our students continue to go from strength to strength, obtaining results they never thought possible.