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Scots College recognises that students today face a very different future to that of the generations before them. They face a rapidly changing world and workplace. Factors such as globalisation, technological advancements, the global pandemic, and social movements have led to significant shifts. Interpersonal and creative skills are now highly valued in employees.

Scots College is divided into three schools: the Junior School (Years 1-6), Middle School (Years 7-10), and Senior School (11-13). 

Across all three schools, our focus is on building all-round character and preparing our students to be global citizens, equipped with the skills they need for the world we live in.

According to the Future of Jobs Report by the World Economic Forum, complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration are listed as the top skills needed for future employees. This highlights the influence of the technological and digital revolution and the importance of developing transferable skills for students. At Scots College, we focus on cultivating the 6C's:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Creativity
  • Character
  • Collection of Information

Gender dynamics in the workplace and subject stereotypes are also evolving, making it crucial to prepare students for a co-educational world, and provide an environment that promotes equality, diversity, and kindness.

Guided by our heritage and traditions, Scots College looks to the future, adapting to ensure our students become well-rounded citizens prepared for the challenges of the 21st century. To prepare students for the continuously evolving world, the Board developed a Future-Focussed Learning Strategy in 2016. This strategy focusses not only on providing necessary knowledge, but also on developing soft skills such as emotional, social, and cultural intelligence.

You can learn more about each of our three schools by clicking the buttons below.