- Inme School Programs
textbooks tell, experience educates
learn as a school
Learning together to develop a ‘one school, one team’ culture amongst students, teachers, management and leadership teams. Form stronger bonds, build empathy and strengthen communication beyond the days on the program.
the outclass: graded curriculum
The Outclass graded curriculum imparts learning appropriate for the development stage of the student.
Each program has a mix of outdoor activities and learning opportunities, designed to provide age appropriate learning.
INITIATIVE & CONFIDENCE
Students learn to discover the world within. They embark on a path of self discovery by opening up to new experiences and realize that ‘I am worthy’ and ‘I am capable’.
TEAMWORK & COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT
We build an environment where students are made to struggle collectively and support each other. These conditions allow them to learn about trust, conflict and accountability.
LEADERSHIP & DECISION MAKING
COMMUNITY AWARENESS & ACTION
We provide future student leaders with hands on experience to take charge and understand different leadership skills and styles.
team up from the top down
Help school leaders build a frame work and set an example to propagate the desired culture across the school.
values and vision for school leaders
We provide school leaders with an unbiased view to help them identify gaps in the desired school culture, teacher and student development, and senior team leadership skills. We also help school leaders build a culture by aligning values, behaviours and actions to the school’s vision and purpose.
empowerment and collaboration for teachers
Teachers build skills to work more effectively across departments. We emphasise or help build norms among teachers beyond the written word. They learn to focus on empowering their students to take on challenges.
initiative and responsibility for student leaders
A student leader is one who embraces responsibility for setting and living the culture of the school. They build the skills and commitment to their role and become role models for juniors.