ESF Peak School is an accredited IB World School with accreditation from the Council of International Schools and Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It is a community-oriented school which offers education to primary students. The school offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme and follows the learner profiles of this world-renowned curriculum.
The school strives to create open-minded, knowledgeable, caring, confident and internationally-minded students. The school’s mission is to create effective communicators, confident critical thinkers and enthusiastic life-long learners who possess the highest form of integrity and grow up to be socially responsible global citizens.
ESF Peak School is committed to educating open-minded seekers, builders and users of knowledge. The school believes that students need to acquire skills and attitudes that meet the needs of the 21st century and it acknowledges its responsibility in inspiring students by challenging them every day.
It also incorporates an international perspective in its learning methodology to create globally-minded students. The curriculum is designed in such a way that students are able to develop lifelong skills such as the ability to conduct research, communicate effectively, function successfully and think critically. The school foster positive skills such as respect, tolerance and responsibility in children as well.
ESF Peak School follows the IB Primary Years Programme which provides students with a broad academic experience that emphasises on the inter-relationship between different curriculum subjects. The school keeps individual students at the centre of all teaching and learning.
The IB primary years programme incorporates 5 essential elements – concepts, knowledge, skills, action and attitudes. The curriculum gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge which is relevant to global significance, develop an understanding of the concepts, acquire transdisciplinary and disciplinary skills, develop an international-mindedness and take action following their own learning.
Apart from academics, students are also provided lessons on visual arts, which is considered as a support system for academic learning.