To ensure our children are prepared for college and are able to successfully participate in the world of tomorrow, we teach 21st Century skills. Beyond technology, these are the skills needed to participate in the global economy of the future. From Early Years to Middle Years students practise personal learning goals, which are individual qualities and dispositions essential for children to develop social and emotional skills, character, and attitudes. These unique goals empower children to state confidently: I am Adaptable, I am a Communicator, I am a Collaborator, I am Empathetic, I am Ethical, I am Resilient, I am Respectful, I am a Thinker. Development of such skills continues in Secondary School with the IB Learner Profile attributes fostering students to be inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced, and reflective. We consider these to be essential skills for the 21st Century.