IB programmes are different from other curricula because they:
- encourage students of all ages to think critically and challenge assumptions
- develop independently of government and national systems, incorporating quality practice from research and our global community of schools
- encourage students of all ages to consider both local and global contexts
- provide a continuum of education that is flexible and provides the best preparation for students to engage in the next phase of their education
IB programmes support both personal and academic achievement and incorporate quality practice from national and international research and the IB global community. United by the IB’s philosophy and approaches to learning and teaching, students learn to be international-minded within a complex and hyper-connected world.