Purpose and Direction

Learner’s World International Schools (LWIS) aim to create a welcoming, nurturing, safe and aesthetic learning environment where learners, staff, families and the community work together to address the needs, challenges and gifts of each individual learner.

Guided by our core values –Perseverance, Agility, Clarity, Empathy and Respect (PACER)*, our schools promote life-long learning through learner-centered holistic education, individual care, differentiated instruction and the integration of technology.

Learner’s World International Schools aspire to enhance the personal, social, aesthetic, moral, academic and cognitive dimensions of each learner to empower them to reach their full potential. Our qualified and experienced staff will utilize and remain abreast of the latest trends in education in order to deliver a flexible, multi-leveled and individualized curriculum.

Graduates of the Learner’s World International Schools will be independent, critical and creative thinkers, team players, problem solvers, effective communicators, Peace Education endorsers and technology-able researchers who are active and responsible change agents within an ever-diverse "Glocal” community.

Perseverance

Ability to achieve goals and overcome hurdles persistently and continuously through intrinsic motivation

Agility

Ability to anticipate change and act quickly and pro-actively

Clarity

Ability to communicate honestly and transparently free of ambiguity

Empathy

Ability to recognize and understand others’ feelings, emotions, and thoughts

Respect

Ability to treat self and others with dignity and courtesy

 

"Glocal”

A concept to describe an individual, group, product or service that reflects not only global standards but also local ones

 

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Learner’s World International School-Adma International School (LWIS-AiS), Keserwan, is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC). LWIS-AiS is a member of the LWIS Network that is managed by School Development Consultants (SDC). For more information on the LWIS school network and SDC, please visit: www.sdclw.org