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INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS FEATURE V1 - NTNE01Z01DS SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, May 24, 2016 27 AT Kormilda College they open minds and open hearts. Students challenge, engage and are inspired and the international curriculum is the inspiration for the future of each child. Maxine, a graduate of Kormilda College, described an experience where I was allowed to pursue a wider range of interests and I was encouraged to be more critical in my thinking. A school is a nurturing place for the growth of the mind and the development of a future leader and citizen of the world. A school offers challenge in the curriculum and encourages the inquiring mind to explore. A school is a place of respect, justice compassion and lifelong learning and where there is a place for everyone. Kormilda College is a school where these values and ideals all meet, where students from the Early Learning Centre to Year 10 learn within the framework of the International Baccalaureate on one campus. In Years 11 and 12 students benefit from teachers dedicated to excellence, and have a choice of curriculums, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) or the Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET), depending on their needs, interests and abilities. IBDP students learn to be critical thinkers, engage with the community through service, understand the Theory of Knowledge, and can embrace university with confidence. The Senior Years at Kormilda College offer the best of all worlds as they believe that everyone who leaves the College is equipped to make a difference through what they have learned and the integrity of their learning. The International Baccalaur eate Diploma Programme and the NTCET provide a unique framework for every student with the two courses supporting the needs of each student. Julia, a 2011 graduate said the College offered; great broad education, extra-curricular activities and at university, I was unfazed by the word number for essays. The Middle Years Programme gives students the opportunity to work with others in discovering their individual talents and create unique and original work in the key areas of the International curriculum. These are the years where the wonder of learning is nurtured and encouraged at Kormilda College. Students are supported with excellent facilities and experiences both within the classroom and in outdoor education programs. For a Kormilda College student from Early Learning Centre and Primary the story of the graduate begins. The Primary Years Programme aims to build the character and determination of the students, teaching them to be creative, inquisitive and able to find their path in the world with determination. The learner leads the learning. Kormilda College has many international students who study there to grow in the Christian and nurturing community. They come to experience the international curriculum and leave never to forget their experience. The College educates the descendants of the First Australians and builds a road to a future which they can make their own. Where they make a difference to others. The doors are open Opening doors to future Kormilda is a place of lifelong learning and respect for others Kormilda College has international students who study there to grow in the Christian and nurturing community Kormilda College Darwin Your child Their future Enrol NOW. Your future is important to us. All on one campus www.kormilda.nt.edu au Early Learning Primary Middle Senior Choose Excellence!
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