IB Learners are ‘Organised’ and ‘Resilient’

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Author: Alan Perkins

As ACS Egham’s High School students graduate this week, they leave equipped with the characteristics of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Learner profile and importantly, an inquiring mindset, which will prepare them for higher education and life beyond.

The IB is based on the principle that students should ‘learn how to learn’, how to analyse, how to reach considered conclusions about people, their languages and literature, their ways in society, and the scientific forces of their environment. At ACS Egham as a four programme school we embrace these principles from their first years of schooling in Early Years all the way through to their final years in Grade 12 in the IB Diploma Programme.