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The IB Learner Profile

The IB Learner Profile

The IB learner profile describes a broad range of human capacities and responsibilities that go beyond academic success. They imply a commitment to help all members of the school community learn to respect themselves, others and the world around them. We promote this philosophy and aim to develop learners who are happy and caring as well as academically successful. We aim to develop the whole learner through our exciting programme of extra-curricular opportunities as the experiences of our students do not end in the classroom.

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This profile is made of ideals to be used as inspiration, motivation and focus, it identifies specific skills and values for long term education. Through learning, the skills are developed to help you become inquiring, knowledgeable, caring young people working towards creating a better world through understanding and respect.

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Inquirers: Develop a natural curiosity to become lifelong learners.

Knowledgeable: Explore ideas of importance and dig deep into its meaning creating a balance of learning.

Thinkers: Apply thinking skills to tackle complex problems in creative ways.

Communicators: Understand and articulate information in confident, creative ways, including a second language.

Principled: Honest, fair, just and full of integrity. As an IB student you strive to solve your own problems and take responsibility for your own actions.

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Risk-Takers: Being brave in the face of new challenges. Strive to take on new roles and to defend beliefs.

Reflective: Reflect on your own learning. From this, adjust for weaknesses and strengths.

Caring: Actively care about others and participate in active service.

Balanced: Understanding the need to be emotionally, physically and mentally balanced.

Open-minded: Understand and embrace other cultures. Recognise and celebrate backgrounds.

At Rochester Grammar School your daughter will learn to not only ask; “What is the right answer?” but “What are the different ways I could approach this problem?”