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The MPS Approach to learning

We believe that every child can learn. To validate this statement, MPS has put together a framework that links the whole school improvement approach and classroom practice. In other words, teaching and learning cannot be restricted to only the classroom. Our school leaders, teachers, staff, parents and caregivers must focus on high impact initiatives. We must drive these initiatives through evidence based decisions about teaching and learning. It means continuously improving learning outcomes for students and providing the best conditions for learning. The goal is to equip students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions for lifelong learning, and to shape the world around them.

The framework consists of four components:

Finally, all of the above ideals can only be sincerely followed through and bring the desired results if there is a common value system. We strongly believe in providing all round development which must include educating the heart and mind. We have committed ourselves to implement Social, Emotional and Ethical learning (SEEL), a comprehensive framework and age specific curriculum for the cultivation of social emotional and ethical competencies in K-12 education. This was developed at Emory University’s Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics under the expert advice and guidance of some of the leaders of the world of SEL in the science of compassion and trauma, and resilience-informed education. His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been the inspiration behind this program.