Education: From educe meaning “to draw out”.
To provide an exceptional education that draws out the unique potential of each student.
The Halcyon community emboldens and supports every learner to be an explorer, a risk-taker and a creative problem-solver. We embrace challenging questions and seek out purposeful, research-led answers.
To build this creative, curious and questioning culture, Halcyon’s IB curriculum is designed to promote self-directed learning and critical thinking. Our work is enriched by pioneering digital resources, fully integrated into our school practice.
Collaboration is at the core of our community of life-long learners. Learning together we build different perspectives as we understand ourselves in relation to others. This experience allows each of us to navigate the world successfully and shape who we want to be.
We intentionally create an environment that develops and encourages collaborative learning and teaching through the promotion of trust, mutual respect, and shared values and leadership.
Collaboration is present in our leadership approach, our learning spaces, our staff workshops, our coaching dialogue, and through the passion of student initiative and engagement. Collaborative practice is supported by our pioneering wellbeing programme and our emphasis on restorative practice and fostering ownership, agency, voice, and belonging.
Halcyon understands that successful communities learn and create together, supported by a culture of shared values.
We are committed to creating an inclusive community that appreciates and respects each person. All are welcomed to contribute and develop a sense of agency and ownership of the school and its mission. Just as we wish all students to fulfil their unique potential, we actively nurture the same opportunities for growth for everyone in our community.
We also commit to participating in the wider community through service-learning and engaging constructively with wider social challenges.
Education was originally about nurturing the learner to take charge of their own learning and we want to recapture that approach – but with a modern touch.
Education should be about building a life-readying toolkit. Our students need to be flexible, resilient, intelligent collaborators who navigate with confidence in a global digital world.
We realised that we were looking for a school that was innovative, student-centred, academically broad, digitally integrated, existing in a global context, and gets students out in London (and further afield) to develop and utilise their skills at school and in the real world.
That’s Halcyon. Are you interested? We look forward to hearing from you!
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