Strategic Direction

To utilise best practice evidence to guide teaching, learning and reflection, through attracting the best and brightest teachers internationally, in all areas of education

To review learning environments to enable modern pedagogies, and continue to develop staff professional learning programmes already in place

To retain our position as a non-selective school offering opportunities for all, while continuing to build on our EAL (English as an additional language) and Special Needs facilities for students at all levels and abilities

To establish long-term sustainability and financial viability through the development of a co-curricular strategy to attract talented students; and the development of an optimal roll mix of girls, boys, Secondary, Primary, boarders and international students

To continue to embrace the Round Square six areas of Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service, in an innovative and future-focussed curriculum
To instill the values of the Round Square IDEALS and discovery framework, while developing young people to meet the demands of modern education and life beyond school

To encourage personalised learning and strengthen student leadership to develop valued mentors, while monitoring student behaviour identifying trends and opportunities for improvement

To expose our students to more than academics and ensure they receive a rich educational experience through opportunities for adventure and school trips, participating in exchange programmes and Round Square conferences around the globe

To encourage our young people to discover and embrace the similarities and differences between cultures and nationalities in ways that promote meaningful and lasting understanding, tolerance and respect

To advance a boarding culture and environment of compassion, honesty, respect, tolerance camaraderie and a sense of belonging

To promote the added value of our pastoral care strategy of safety and well-being for all students and teachers, especially boarders and those living away from their home countries

To continue to implement the marketing strategy internationally as and when current border restrictions allow, and to develop a stronger relationship with feeder schools

To successfully launch the new scholarship programme and fundraising campaign for less privileged students both in Tanzania and abroad

To review all health and safety protocols within the school on a regular basis, to ensure the safe access of all students, teachers, boarders, support staff, parents, guests, visitors and contractors