Nubia is a community school for African/Black children from the continent and the diaspora. As a community organisation we seek to enrich the lives of our students and their families inside and outside the class room.
As a school we aim to give our African/Black youth a great understanding of self, each student will gain an understanding of the importance of community and their place in that.
We feel it is vital for our young people to learn the truth about our story as a people around the world, as such African/Black History is at the centre of our curriculum, students will also take classes in Science, English, Moral Philosophy and Maths to supplement their Mon-Fri schooling.
As a school the social, emotional, physical, intellectual development of each child is of the utmost importance.
The Oaths of Ma ‘at
1 – it is my duty to pursue and know ma’at as truth.
2 – it is my duty to work for and promote ma’at as justice.
3 – it is my duty to protect and practice ma’at as reciprocity and natural order.
4 – it is my duty to understand myself as a role model and give positive guidance to ones young than me.
5 – it is my duty to be sincere in my relationship with others.
6 – it is my duty to gain mastery of what I think and how I behave.
7 – it is my duty not to cause emotional or physical harm to others.
8 – it is my duty to be respectful to my elders at all times.
9 – it is my duty to preserve, replace and return that which does not belong to me.
10 – it is my duty to extend courtesy to and demand courtesy from all people at all times.
11 – it is my duty to be just in speech, judgements and actions.
12 – it is my duty to live by the disciplines of ma’at as balance.