School Approach

Our School promotes thinking and creativity. We believe teaching has to allow students to decide for themselves when and how they learn. Our curriculum aids students to become flexible intellectuals who question present thinking, adjust and creatively meet the demands of the future.


At our School, students are provided with opportunities to improve their Information and Communication Technology skills and develop their perspectives through examination, investigation and decision making. At The Mentor Education System, Technology is used as a tool and would be integrated into the curriculum rather than be taught separately as an end in itself.


Teaching in school should help students develop diverse moral reasoning abilities to reach the sophisticated stages of moral development. 

Students are taught healthy, social attitudes and a spirit of humanity, providing the ethical foundations and social skills to guide them through life. A wide range of activities and practices based on the understanding of universal values teach students to make positive influences to others, their schools and community.