St. Nicholas School
About St. Nicholas School
St Nicholas School is based in Pinheiros, Sao Paulo, in the Federal Republic of Brazil. It is a state-funded, all-through, mainstream school that teaches girls and boys between the ages of one and 18 years old. The educational establishment first opened in 1980 as an international school. It allows the children to study for the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Students come from all over the world to attend the St Nicholas School. The pupils can also get a Brazilian diploma.
Values and Vision
At St Nicholas School, the pupils are able to learn a wide range of subjects, including various languages, including Portuguese, geography and history. The aim is to give the students the best education possible with an outstanding curriculum. The educational establishment hopes the pupils will develop into caring, self-confident, intelligent and responsible individuals. They will hopefully have a passion for learning and will continue to be enthusiastic for the rest of their lives. The school has three house groups. These are called Oxford, Cambridge and London. The pupils are placed into these groups from grade two onwards. They are also mixed-gender groups. The aim is for the pupils to develop a sense of pride in the school and in the work that they do during their time on the site. Siblings and family members, such as cousins, are put into the same house. The groups are led by a teacher who is the head of the house and the pupils comprise of the House Captain and House Vice-Captain. Students are also encouraged to participate in the student council to develop their knowledge, listening and leadership skills. They deal with subjects on a national, global and local level. This includes environmental issues.
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