In an era where technology is transforming the future of the workplace to an extent that it is difficult to predict what successful professions will look like in the next 10 years, there is a need for a ‘Future Ready’ education that caters to the new reality.

In a report entitled THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION AND SKILLS, EDUCATION 2030, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) mentioned that “Future-ready students need to exercise agency, in their own education and throughout life.

The world is clearly looking forward to students and future leaders who have the knowledge, skills, creativity, thinking and ability to learn and adapt in unprecedented times.

The first step towards creating a future-ready education is a paradigm shift from the traditional teacher led-learning to student-centred learning. Student-led learning is a powerful method that steps away from the one-size fits all approach.

The most amazing thing about student-led learning is that it empowers students to play an active role in their education, motivating them to be committed lifelong learners.

To prepare students for the world of tomorrow, schools need to focus more on the skills and adaptability required to match the competition faced in this changing world. They need to develop the skills that artificial intelligence and robotics cannot substitute for.In an era where technology is transforming the future of the workplace to an extent that it is difficult to predict what successful professions will look like in the next 10 years, there is a need for a ‘Future Ready’ education that caters to the new reality.

This calls for learning on a deeper level- an environment that provides opportunities for critical thinking and the application of skills in real-life situations.

Future Ready Education

Future-ready education at Charterhouse Malaysia

Charterhouse Malaysia’s unique education programme

ensures that our students will have the confidence to take on the world’s complexities and opportunities. The school day is designed to furnish students with opportunities for collaboration and leadership.

These opportunities and experiences culminate in the submission of an academic essay, earning students the Cambridge International Project Qualification (IPQ).we do not see our goal solely as being able to help you gain access to the best universities

A focus on interdependence and interconnectedness among the students, the school and the local community, instil respect for strong relationships and the value of good community ties.

Future Ready Education

Charterhouse Forum – Creating future leaders Future Ready

All students are automatically members of the Charterhouse Forum which acts as a vehicle for them to explore leadership opportunities; In an era where technology is transforming

the future of the workplace to an extent that it is difficult to predict

what successful professions will look like in the next 10 years,

there is a need for a ‘Future Ready’ education that caters to the new reality.

Charterhouse Learner’s Portfolio

students will apply Design Thinking and WEAVE within this as their guides for mapping the journey out.

The Charterhouse Learner’s Portfolio will provide evidence that you have:

  • increased your awareness of your own strengths and areas for growth
  • undertaken new challenges
  • planned and initiated activities
  • worked collaboratively with others
  • shown perseverance and commitment
  • engaged with issues of local, national and global importance
  • considered the ethical implications of your actions
  • developed new skills
  • embraced the full breadth of your human intelligence

The Forum, our leadership programme, will develop students that are ‘Future Ready’.

At Charterhouse Malaysia

we do not see our goal solely as being able to help you gain access to the best universities

globally or achieve the highest A-Level grades. We aim for you to be ready to succeed at school, at university and in your careers and lives beyond. To achieve this we will ensure that you are “Future Ready”.

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