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At elc we be­lieve there is an ex­cel­lent blend of East and West, it is not just a “tem­ple to the West” but rather a com­bi­na­tion of Western ed­u­ca­tion de­liv­ered in an Asian style. Whilst there has been a pre­vail­ing trend to­wards lib­er­al­ism in Schools, elc has re­tained its dis­ci­plined and or­dered ap­proach to ed­u­ca­tion. Con­sid­er­able ef­fort is in­vested in en­sur­ing the de­vel­op­ment of a work ethic. In ad­di­tion, cour­tesy, con­cern for oth­ers and care of the en­vi­ron­ment are all ac­tively en­cour­aged whilst a very firm stand is taken against neg­a­tive so­cial be­hav­iour. Stu­dents are guided and en­cour­aged to be the best they can be in all their ac­tiv­i­ties both in and out of the class­room. By de­lib­er­ately keep­ing our school num­bers man­age­able, we have main­tained an ex­cel­lent teacher/stu­dent ra­tio. As a re­sult of this, all our stu­dents de­velop a con­fi­dence in them­selves and their abil­i­ties. Con­se­quently when they leave elc we be­lieve they are equipped to face the re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and chal­lenges of the fu­ture, whist si­mul­ta­ne­ously cre­at­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for their own suc­cess. In ed­u­cat­ing our stu­dents for “life” we be­lieve that they will pro­gres­sively ac­cept more re­spon­si­bil­ity for self-dis­ci­pline, de­velop a healthy self-re­spect, con­trib­ute pos­i­tively to the com­mu­nity, de­velop a life-long love of learn­ing and strive for ex­cel­lence at all times.

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