Producing exceptional students

begins with exceptional teachers

exceptional teachers

Exceptional students

begins with

exceptional teachers

Most international and private schools

hire expensive marketing agencies 

to propel a story of how each of them is providing 

“holistic 21st-century education”

Most international and private schools hire expensive marketing agencies to propel a story of how each of them is providing “holistic 21st-century education”.

They pry on parents’ vulnerabilities by selling them a crystal ball dream 

that the education will make their child

ready for the

EVER-CHANGING

DEMANDS

of the modern world

while employing the same teaching methodology from 50 years ago

or that of an underfunded public school.

*public schools are at the very least, free.

while employing the same teaching methodology from 50 years ago or that of an underfunded public school.

*public schools are at the very least, free.

By reading online reviews and discussions on social media groups, you know that most parents eventually found out about these sneaky marketing tricks – most, later than others, and for some, just a little too late.

Every parent knows and agrees that excellence doesn’t solely depend on straight A’s. So, when an education institution guarantees “holistic”, it should be an education that’s beyond acing the IGCSE exams, one that would prepare students not only for university admissions, but life after that.

But the hard truth is that most students end up spending hours at school, bored to death by teachers vomiting out syllabuses, textbooks and slides.

But the hard truth is that most students end up spending hours at school, bored to death by teachers vomiting out syllabuses, textbooks and slides.

Yet, when this lost of interest in learning reflects in their grades, we blame them for not trying hard 

enough. They are the ones considered

Yet, when this lost of interest in learning reflects in their grades, we blame them for not trying hard enough. They are the ones considered

lazy, unmotivated &

SLOW.

lazy, unmotivated &

SLOW.

The teachers, their methods or the school system were never questioned.

So, who’s really to be blamed for

this?

So, who’s really to

be blamed for this?

Most would say the teachers, due to their lack of passion. 

But, blaming teachers is barely scratching the surface. You see, most teachers begin with great hope and dedication. No educator of sound mind wants to deliver bad education. But they eventually lose passion, become less creative and unable to pay enough care and attention to each student.

Most would say the teachers, due to their lack of passion.

But, blaming teachers is barely scratching the surface. You see, most teachers begin with great hope and dedication. No educator of sound mind wants to deliver bad education. But they eventually lose passion, become less creative and unable to pay enough care and attention to each student.

What happened?

What happened?

The reality is, international school teachers are overworked, underpaid and more often than not, under-skilled.

They are constantly bombarded with unnecessary administrative paperwork that should be the responsibility of school management. Their hours and energy are fully exhausted in order to get the most students for the least number of teachers.

Years of exhaustion and little to no support from management have stolen their time and energy for any creative pursuits or skills enhancement. School managements are disconnected from reality.

The reality is, international school teachers are overworked, underpaid and more often than not, under-skilled.

They are constantly bombarded with unnecessary administrative paperwork that should be the responsibility of school management. Their hours and energy are fully exhausted in order to get the most students for the least number of teachers.

Years of exhaustion and little to no support from management have stolen their time and energy for any creative pursuits or skills enhancement. School managements are disconnected from reality.

They expect teachers to run the entire school all the while providing top-notch education, producing the best grades and care for individual students’ well-being, without providing the right assistance and support for them to do so.

To make matters worse, their progress as educators remain stagnant, unable to adapt to ever-changing trends and needs of students.

To make matters worse, their progress as educators remains stagnant, unable to adapt to the ever-changing trends and needs of students.

Why?

They expect teachers to run the entire school all the while providing top-notch education, producing the best grades and care for individual students’ well-being, without providing the right assistance and support for them to do so.

To make matters worse, their progress as educators remain stagnant, unable to adapt to ever-changing trends and needs of students.

To make matters worse, their progress as educators remains stagnant, unable to adapt to the ever-changing trends and needs of students.

Why?

Why teachers deliver sub-par education:

Too many schools don’t even make it a requirement for teachers to upgrade their skillsets, let alone provide the training and facilities for it. So long as teachers can deliver lectures to as many students as profitable – regardless of the quality of education, it’s a thumbs up from the school.

Yet, they dare to push for higher fees every year, all the while continuing to hire sub-par teachers, and not investing in upskilling and training them.

In the end, EVERYONE loses out – parents taken for a ride, teachers underpaid and remain unprogressive. And our children, influenced by this environment, are abandoned with no drive or relevant skillsets for their future. Everyone is at lost. Everyone except – the school’s bottom line. It’s a vicious cycle.

Why teachers deliver sub-par education:

Too many schools don’t even make it a requirement for teachers to upgrade their skillsets, let alone provide the training and facilities for it. So long as teachers can deliver lectures to as many students as profitable – regardless of the quality of education, it’s a thumbs up from the school.

Yet, they dare to push for higher fees every year, all the while continuing to hire sub-par teachers, and not investing in upskilling and training them.

In the end, EVERYONE loses out – parents taken for a ride, teachers underpaid and remain unprogressive. And our children, influenced by this environment, are abandoned with no drive or relevant skillsets for their future. Everyone is at lost. Everyone except – the school’s bottom line. It’s a vicious cycle.

Pasxcel was built with parents, students and teachers in mind. We believe that in order to raise extraordinary individuals, we need to first produce extraordinary teachers.

We make sure our teachers pursue the skills and knowledge beyond teaching IGCSE by investing in training programmes and platforms that will facilitate our teachers’ continuous upskilling.

Pasxcel was built with parents, students and teachers in mind.

We believe that in order to raise extraordinary individuals, we need to first produce extraordinary teachers.

We make sure our teachers pursue the skills and knowledge beyond teaching IGCSE by investing in training programmes and platforms that will facilitate our teachers’ continuous upskilling.

We don’t overwork our teachers. Management takes care of administration and provides assistance to teachers. Not the other way around.

Teachers are able to fully focus on providing the best education for our students by having the time to constantly learn and grow themselves.

To ensure a truly well-integrated learning experience for each student, our teachers are required to teach at least one non-IGCSE subject such as financial literacy, debate, literature, programming, mental health, introduction to farming etc. –

We don’t overwork our teachers. Management takes care of administration and provides assistance to teachers. Not the other way around.

Teachers are able to fully focus on providing the best education for our students by having the time to constantly learn and grow themselves.

To ensure a truly well-integrated learning experience for each student, our teachers are required to teach at least one non-IGCSE subject such as financial literacy, debate, literature, programming, mental health, introduction to farming etc. –

An exceptional education to produce exceptional individuals.

Hence why, at Pasxcel we have a strict teacher selection process. Each one of our candidates are required to go through a series of screenings, including conducting mock teaching sessions before they are accepted as a member.

Our true aim is to truly revolutionize the education system ensure that teachers are able to cultivate academic, social, emotional and personal excellence that will matter in students’ higher education and career.

We believe that this is a cycle that has to begin with the school management. As teachers are well taken care of and are holistic themselves, it creates a ripple effect towards the students and their future.

An exceptional education to produce exceptional individuals.

Hence why, at Pasxcel we have a strict teacher selection process. Each one of our candidates are required to go through a series of screenings, including conducting mock teaching sessions before they are accepted as a member.

Our true aim is to truly revolutionize the education system ensure that teachers are able to cultivate academic, social, emotional and personal excellence that will matter in students’ higher education and career.

We believe that this is a cycle that has to begin with the school management. As teachers are well taken care of and are holistic themselves, it creates a ripple effect towards the students and their future.

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Programme

The Pasxcel

Difference

Don’t delay

your child’s future!

Enrol for 2022 intake NOW.