The curriculum model of St. George´s College, considers the student as being at the center of the learning process.
At the core of the curriculum is the pupil who is the centre of our educational philosophy and everything the school does.
Personal competence, skills and formation.
The inner circle surrounding the core represents the key aspects controlling the student’s overall personal development to learn effectively.
Attitudes, values, personal organization.
The next circle represents the skills and attitudes which are central to learning and to the student’s ability to be successful personally, socially and academically.
21st CENTURY SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Information, media and technology skills, life and career skills, learning and innovation skills
This circle represents the 21ST Century Education Skills the curriculum aims to develop in each student in order to face the challenges of a global, technological society.
Student centred, holistic learning, research driven, inter disciplinary, project based.
Focussed on providing an effective methodology for individual learning so as to achieve maximum potential of each student.
Languages, the arts, natural science, mathematics, social science.
Each of the discrete subjects represented in the next circle are integral and unique, contributing to knowledge and learning.
Team players, innovators, critical thinkers, lifelong learners, communicators, creative, technological.
The abilities and skills needed by a 21st century learner.
COLLABORATING, COMMUNICATING AND COMPETING
Community, local, national, global.
The outer circle represents the relationship of the student with the world which surrounds him, communicating, collaborating and competing effectively at all levels of society.