Form VI

 
Form V

At the heart of our educational philosophy lies the unwavering commitment to nurturing curious minds, fostering critical thinking, and empowering every student to realise their full potential. Our vision for an outstanding Form VI curriculum embodies innovation, inclusivity, and excellence, preparing students not only for academic success but also for the challenges and opportunities of the ever-evolving world.  
Our curriculum is designed to provide a holistic learning experience that transcends traditional subject boundaries. It integrates interdisciplinary themes, real-world connections, and project-based learning to foster deep understanding and encourage students to make meaningful connections across different areas of knowledge.  
  
The transition from Form VI to secondary school marks a significant milestone in the educational journey of students as they embark on a new chapter of their schooling experience. It represents a transition from the familiarity of primary school to the exciting challenges and opportunities of secondary school. For many students, this transition is accompanied by a mix of emotions, ranging from anticipation and excitement to apprehension and uncertainty. As they prepare to navigate new classrooms, meet new teachers, and forge new friendships, we encourage all of our students to reflect on their achievements, strengths, and aspirations, while also embracing the opportunities for growth, learning, and self-discovery that lie ahead.  At the Mount Preparatory School we have strong relationships with many secondary schools and with the support of teachers, parents, and peers, this transition will become a transformative journey of personal and academic growth, laying the foundation for success and fulfilment in the years to come. 

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Pupils in upper school have been studying the Artwork of Julian Opie and worked really hard to produce a self-portrait in his style. We think the results are great!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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