THE PHILOSOPHY AND GOALS OF THE
ANGLICAN CENTRAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY
PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
All children have a right to be given the opportunity to use their God-given talents and to receive an education, which will help them to build Godís kingdom.
The mission of the Anglican Diocese in education is to provide quality education in a Christian environment by developing the whole child spiritually, academically and physically and in so doing prepare the child for life.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF ANGLICAN EDUCATION
In accordance with the philosophy and mission of the Anglican Diocese with respect to education, the goals and objectives of Anglican Education are:
- To promote a Christian philosophy of life by encouraging students to know God and to have a daily relationship with God.
- To prepare students for wider service in the Church and the wider community.
- To produce competent individuals who can compete successfully in all aspects of education and to promote in them a zeal for excellence.
- To inculcate in students positive qualities of character that lead to self-discipline, integrity and good citizenship.
- To develop in students a respect for the corpus humanum (human body) as the temple of the Lord, thereby discouraging any form of abuse and encouraging their commitment to realise to the fullest a mens sana in corpore sano (sound mind and sound body)
- To foster in all students a knowledge of and love for their environment and the wider world in which we live and to develop in them a sense of responsibility for the preservation of nature.