All IB Middle Years students complete a PERSONAL PROJECT during their final year, under the supervision of a school supervisor on a topic of their personal choice. They also take part in a series of Service as action opportunities during each year of the MYP.
The MYP curriculum offer is flexible in its approach allowing engaging, challenging and significant content that meets local and national curriculum requirements. This inquiry-based curriculum explores factual, conceptual and debatable questions in the study of the different subjects.
MYP Approaches to Learning (ATL) are at the centre of the MYP teaching and learning philosophy. Students develop skills to help them ‘learn how to learn’. These skills are taught and developed through their MYP learning experiences allowing them to use, reflect and articulate their own learning process.
Assessment aimed at determining the competency or level of achievement of a student generally occurs at the end of a course of study or an inquiry unit.
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