Our Vision and MissionWe aspire to create a caring, bilingual community that develops well-rounded individuals with strong values and the skills to thrive within an ever-changing global society. We provide a learning environment that promotes the Huili Identity; pupils who are inspired, intellectual, independent, individual and inclusive.
The Huili identity answers the question, ‘What is the finished product of an education at Huili?’ The following five characteristics describe what we want pupils to be. Being inspired is primus inter pares or first amongst equals.
InspiredWe want Huilinian children to have been genuinely excited by everything they have done during their time at the College. They will have developed a zest for life so that they, in turn, go into the world ready and able to inspire others.
IntellectualHuilinian children must move into the world with the ability to think critically and to engage in deep learning. They will be able to study beyond the bounds of any curriculum, to be inquisitive and ask questions of everything around them, and be imbued with a life-long love of learning.
IndependentHuilinian children will develop the personal, cognitive, social and study skills to enable them to cope with the challenges of university and their lives beyond. They will adapt, cope and thrive within an ever-changing world. This will be reflected in our academic curriculum, our co-curricular programme, our commitment to the coaching philosophy, and our continued focus of character development and leadership.
IndividualThe aim of a Huili education is to allow pupils to develop themselves fully in every sense, knowing that interested children become interesting adults. The pastoral care and focus on pupil wellbeing at the College will value each and every pupil as a unique individual. The journey to individuality will also be reflected in the broad curricular and co-curricular opportunities, where very pupil discovers and develops fully their talents, passions and interests.
InclusiveHuilinian children will leave the College, not in a bubble of elitism, privilege and exclusivity, but with the moral values and social conscience to serve others and do good in life. This inclusivity includes a strong pride in coeducation, and a commitment to internationalism through the IB and a service programme unrivalled in schools.
These values will continue to underpin the conversations we have with pupils, the messages we give in assemblies, and will be embedded at the heart of our rewards and sanctions at the school. They encapsulate how we want pupils to be.