NUN’s educational program is lead by inquiry and solution based, interdisciplinary and conceptual experiences of students. NUN IB students as described in “learners profile” strive to be knowledgeable, responsive, communicative, principled, open-minded, sensitive, risk taking, balanced and reactive thinkers. These qualities represent human competency and responsibility that goes well beyond intellectual development and academic success.
NUN Schools applies the IB teaching model in all age groups. International Baccalaureate, designed for students between the age of 3-19, aims to develop inquirer, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. IB “learner” profile aims to develop learners who are inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective thinkers. IB strives to raise individuals who protects rights, justice, human conscious, and who strive to be “good” people. NUN nurtures students to be well rounded and intuitive, updated on global events, sharing a strong vision, strongly connected to cultural values. NUN school environment prepares students for the future when they will collaborate with others at a global level.
A concept-driven, inquiry-based education centers on “learners”. The IB programs promote open communication based on understanding, respect and encourage students to become active, compassionate, lifelong learners. This type of education is holistic in nature, with the whole person in mind, concerned with cognitive development, along with concern for social, emotional and physical well-being.
- Focuses on learners who will shape the future. Student centered IB program emphasizes healthy relationships, moral responsibility while challenging one’s personal development
- Brings effective methods in teaching and education for the academic and personal achievement of the next generation
- IB programs promote cultural and linguistic communication and aim to raise a global student who addresses the global ideas and problems.
- IB programs present a broad, balanced, concept based, connected curriculum.
NUN Schools completed its feasibility studies before the campus opened and got accepted as a candidate school for IB Middle Years Program (MYP) in 2016.
NUN Schools curriculum is build upon a multidisciplinary approach and inquiry based education. NUN provides diverse and challenging opportunities across every facet of education, academic as well as personal developmental achievement is one of the core goals of our institution. Students receive a consistent and continuous type of education from their primary years and it allows students to build on a certain character and tradition. NUN Schools have completed IB MYP application process in 2018 and applied for IB Diploma program (DP). It will become a continuum school by 2019 December, completing accreditation of all three schools.