Staff and students alike are involved in pursuits across the five elements of the learning programme. Our community supports and challenges students, whether their interests lie in intellectual, artistic, athletic, service or leadership endeavours.
UWCT believes that all relationships should be based on trust, honesty and mutual respect. We aspire to create a mindful community in which all members are actively involved and work together towards the realisation of the UWC mission.
The School is founded on the fundamental principle of providing a caring, supportive and joyful environment for all members of our community so that they grow as individuals: we take pride and celebrate the achievements of individuals and groups within our community.
During our online learning lessons, Grade 6 has been exploring Food and Sustainability. The food we eat has many environmental impacts. Making the way we produce and consume our food sustainable is vital in order to feed an ever-growing world population, whilst...
Online learning is challenging, not only for students but for their parents and teachers too. With many schools and families now learning online, it may feel difficult if not impossible to ensure that students maintain a good balance of activities and learning without...
While we are engaged once again in online learning, whilst navigating the many challenges that COVID has thrown us, from our UWC status to the school purchase, the Grade 12 students and a few students from the Class of 2019 spent a good part of this school year...
Kilombu functions as a world that can imagine an ecological and cultural utopia in the tropics while also answering ‘What could multiculturalism look like outside the urban cosmopolitan setting?’”.
During the school break, from the 17th to the 21st of February three G11 UWCT students, Kechen (China), Tenzing (Tibet) and Rosalia (Namibia) had an astonishing opportunity to volunteer at the Phuket Elephant Sanctuary. Tenzing explains that for him waking up at...
Last December, Grade 4 went on a field trip to visit a local charity- the Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre, where we learned about the gibbons' diet and the daily costs the centre had to pay to feed the gibbons which tally's up to 2000 Baht per day. In January, Grade 4...
Our community is a vibrant, truly international community of students, boarders, teachers, staff and parents. Our student body includes more than 70 nationalities and over 460 students.
A UWC education does more than provide a world-class academic experience; it also challenges each student to take part in addressing the most pressing global issues, both during their time as a UWC student and upon graduation. To gain insight to the UWCT student experience, take a look through the student videos they have created to share their educational journey with us.