The Thinker profile have been developed to incorporate the thinking school mission, ASCD Whole Child Tenets and the OECD Learning Compass 2030 Framework for an Inclusive World. The traits of the Thinker Profile express a set of morals and visions intrinsic for school leaders, teachers, and students. It has been designed to enable a school to support their students throughout their academic years and their smooth transition from school to real world issues and responsibilities. These attributes will be consistent through the Early Years, Primary, Middle and Secondary schools. The Thinking school is a global educational community in which all members share a common commitment to be a keen observer of the happenings of the surrounding. This involves both students and staff learning how to think reflectively, critically and creatively, and employing these skills and techniques in the co-construction of a meaningful curriculum and associated activities. Successful outcomes are reflected in students across a wide range of abilities, demonstrating independent and cooperative learning skills, high levels of achievement and both enjoyment and satisfaction in learning. Benefits will be shown in ways in which all members of the community interact with and show consideration for each other and in the positive psychological well-being of both students and staff. (Burden, 2006).