Global Citizenship at NexusAt Nexus International School Malaysia, we believe that education should go beyond the classroom and prepare students to be global citizens who are equipped to make a positive impact in the world. Our innovative approach to education is designed to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity skills that are essential for success in the 21st century.
What is Global CitizenshipGlobal citizenship is the idea that every individual has a responsibility to contribute to the global community and work towards a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world. At Nexus, we believe that global citizenship is an essential part of our students' education, and we strive to develop a global perspective in everything we do.
What does Global Citizenship look like at NexusAt Nexus, we embed global citizenship in every aspect of our curriculum and school culture. Here are some examples of how we develop global citizenship in our students:
- Cultural Diversity: Our student body represents over 50 nationalities, and we celebrate cultural diversity through a range of events and activities throughout the year. Our students learn to appreciate and respect different cultures and viewpoints, which is essential for developing global citizenship.
- Service Learning: Our students participate in service learning projects that allow them to make a positive impact in their community and beyond. These projects range from local initiatives like food drives and clean-up campaigns to global projects that address issues like poverty, environmental sustainability, and access to education.
- International-mindedness: We promote international-mindedness by providing opportunities for our students to learn about different countries and cultures. This includes regular field trips, guest speakers, and cultural events.
- Model United Nations (MUN): Our MUN program allows students to develop their public speaking and debating skills while learning about international diplomacy and global issues. Our MUN students participate in local and international conferences, where they represent different countries and engage in debates and negotiations.
Why is Global Citizenship importantGlobal citizenship is becoming increasingly important in today's interconnected world. As technology advances and the global economy grows, we need to prepare our students to be global citizens who can navigate complex social, political, and economic systems. By developing global citizenship in our students, we are equipping them with the skills they need to make a positive impact in the world.
In conclusion, at Nexus International School Malaysia, we are committed to developing global citizenship in our students. We believe that global citizenship is an essential part of our students' education, and we strive to embed it in every aspect of our curriculum and school culture. By developing global citizens, we are preparing our students to be leaders who can make a positive impact in the world.
About Taylor’s School CARE:MVMT programmeCare:Mvmt (Care Movement) is a clarion call for care, concern, empathy and action.
We know that we play a vital role in shaping our learners to become the catalysts of change that the world needs today. As a center of knowledge, practice, and skill, we want to instill in our learners a deep sense of care for their overall well-being, their community, and the world. We have the opportunity to make a powerful impact in a variety of settings—in the classroom, through co-curricular activities, collaborations, and even in their daily interactions with friends.
We believe that each and every one of our learners can make a difference, no matter how small, in their own unique way.
Together, we can make a difference.