RACE4GOOD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS
Based on the Founding philosophy and the extensive invaluable experience with international schools and faculty networks, The Race4Good International Schools come with a vision to offer the highest quality education to students so that they can flourish and achieve their full potential intellectually, morally, emotionally, socially, and physically.
Underpinned by the science of emotional intelligence and positive psychology, the Race4Good International Schools offer value-based education that nurtures hearts and minds, while building a sound academic base and character. It targets all round student development with a key focus on preparing students for life by building a positive character, resilience and the ability to experience both successes and failures.
Developing Global Citizens
With a truly global approach The Race4Good schools actively focuses on developing global understanding, empathy and compassion, to be a force to change the world through courageous action, uniting people and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.
Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset and Courageous Leadership
An entrepreneurial mindset and courageous leadership is nurtured in our dynamic innovation lab where the students work on real life critical issues in challenged communities and environments, where successful sustainable solutions are implemented. Real People Real Problems Real Impact.
OUR CORE VALUES
Race4Good brings together the spirit of student ingenuity and emotional intelligence underpinned by these six core values:
High impact service
Deep global understanding
Collaboration and competition
Diversity and inclusion
National Curriculum of England and IB Schools
The curriculum educates students by analytical problem-solving and critical thinking rather than by teaching them to retain facts. One of the hallmarks of the UK system is the focus on developing a child’s entire personality, not just academic merit. Children are nurtured to expand their potential by exploring the world around them, taking responsibility for themselves, forming opinions, interpersonal relationships, and developing their bodies via sports and physical education.
Equipping them with future-ready skills, the structure of the Curriculum readily equips children with the talents required to handle uncertain futures, where they have to adapt quickly, be responsive to demands that haven’t been defined yet, utilising tools and technology that might be unheard of at this present moment.
This sort of environment will require highly independent and self-motivated workers, which the British schooling standard well prepares participants for. In addition to preparedness and critical thinking skills, the British standard also allows for a globalised way of thinking, with awareness of other cultures and schools of thinking.