Philosophy & Objectives

Marymount International School London was founded in 1955 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM). Our Mission Statement and Objectives reflect the Mission Statement of the RSHM: “That all may have life”.

“Overall, this year has been my favourite year yet, I feel like I have become a better person made new friends and have improved my studies. I feel very settled in at Marymount and am ready to tackle high school!”

Carolina

Mission Statement

Founded in the charism of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Marymount International School London is a private Catholic Day and Boarding school for girls, welcoming all faiths and backgrounds. An IB World School, we educate students to be responsible, compassionate and caring members of their community. We enable them to think creatively, reason critically, communicate effectively and learn continuously in an environment enriched by its cultural and religious diversity.

Vision Statement

 

Marymount offers a strong academic programme based on the International Baccalaureate curricula to meet the needs of its international student body, thus providing a unique environment of cultural exchange and understanding. Our School is dedicated to promoting and developing the dignity and integrity of each person in an atmosphere of justice, love and respect in which students, faculty, staff, parents and governors cooperate towards attaining our objectives.

Objectives

The faculty and staff are committed to the following:

  • To encourage each student to understand, live and bear witness to her faith and to deepen her love of and relationship with God.
  • To help students to love each other, respect each other’s beliefs, develop qualities of forgiveness and a joyful sharing of life.
  • To develop in each student a sense of personal integrity, inner reflection, and responsibility for her own actions.
  • To cultivate in each student an informed awareness and appreciation of all God’s creation.
  • To stimulate students to think independently, critically and without prejudice.
  • To instill a lifelong love of learning and inculcate in students the qualities of scholarship, character, service
    and leadership.
  • To encourage in students a social consciousness and global awareness which elicit a sensitive and active response to justice and human need in accordance with the principles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  • To focus on the cultural and international diversity within the School as a forum for understanding and cooperation.

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