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Simon Sizwe Mayson (RCN’07)

November 24th, 2020|

Simon Mayson and Chann de Villiers on the main stairwell in Troyeville House.(Photo: Chris Collingridge) Being awarded the scholarship to attend Red Cross United World College in [...]

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Residential life at the College provides a challenging and rewarding learning environment for the students. All aspects of life at the College are guided by the simple principle: consideration for others. For friendships and international understanding to develop it is important for students to have an open mind, show respect for each other, be ready to cooperate and compromise, and act with integrity and responsibility.

Learning

We offer a challenging two-year programme of studies; a deliberate compromise between the specialisation required in some national systems and the breadth provided in others. The Mission statement of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is, “to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect”.

Living

Residential life at the College provides a challenging and rewarding learning environment for the students. All aspects of life at the College are guided by the simple principle: consideration for others. For friendships and international understanding to develop it is important for students to have an open mind, show respect for each other, be ready to cooperate and compromise, and act with integrity and responsibility.