Learner Profile

A generation ago, teachers could expect what they taught would last their students a lifetime. Today, because of rapid economic and social change, schools have to prepare students for jobs that have not yet been created, technologies that have not yet been invented and problems that we don’t yet know will arise.’ (OECD Education Directorate, 2011)  

At ISML we put the student at the heart of everything that we do, treating pupils as the unique individuals that they are. Through supplementation of our robust curriculum with the ISML Learner Profile, we aim to equip every student with a set of transferable skills, meaning our students have opportunities to become problem solvers and adaptive learners, as well as effective communicators and responsible citizens.

Why a Learner Profile? 

  • To provide students with a common approach to learning in a diverse school setting
  • To give pupils a coherent learning experience with inherent cross-curricular links
  • To ensure a smooth transition from primary to secondary
  • To prepare students for the future with a set of transferable cognitive, intra and inter-personal skills.

The ISML Learner Profile is influenced by elements of the Cambridge Primary Curriculum and IGCSE and A Level qualification.