Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLR)
Our educational programme is guided by the Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLRs). This set of expectations articulates the cumulative skills and attributes we believe are critical for children to develop during their time at Pegasus International School.
ESLRs are a pivotal part of our instructional programme which aims to equip all students with the knowledge, competencies, and orientations needed for success in a thinking, meaning-centered curriculum.
The ESLRs guide teachers towards incorporating these elements into subject areas and implementing programmes and conditions that maximize learning success for all students in a standards-based curriculum.
- Are self motivated, resilient, inspired and successful learners.
- Demonstrate intellectual curiosity.
- Recognize and display the lifelong pursuits of learning and achieving.
- Reflect upon, and evaluate, their own learning and achievements.
- Anticipate change and accommodate it by being flexible and adaptable.
- Regulate their own behavior as the situation dictates.
- Value their own and the traditions of others.
- Appreciate the universal worth of shared virtues.
- Show respect for cultural and individual differences.
- Represent a global citizen by exemplifying the best of Western and Eastern values, education and perspectives.
- Understand and balance their rights and responsibilities.
- Demonstrate compassion by incorporating the spirit of social justice and equity in relationships.
- Value service to the greater community.
- Engage with, and make considered contributions to, civic issues and problems.
- Understand the need for healthy lifestyles in pursuing their studies.
- Advocate for environmental sustainability.
- Think deeply and evaluate evidence when making decisions.
- Demonstrate logical reasoning.
- Demonstrate the capacity to use technology to serve their needs.
- Display collaborative learning skills.
- Develop and apply high level mathematical and scientific knowledge, skills and understanding.
- Use the English language proficiently in a variety of forms.
- Demonstrate confidence and proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
- Develop and apply high levels of literacy across a II courses of study.
- Express themselves through a variety of traditional and technological mediums.