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The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) for children aged 3 – 12 nurtures and develops young students as caring, active participants in a lifelong journey of learning.

Through its inquiry-led, transdisciplinary framework, the PYP challenges students to think for themselves and take responsibility for their learning as they explore local and global issues and opportunities in real-life contexts.

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Creating a Lifelong Love for Learning
Inculcating a desire to learn, a natural curiosity about the world, and skills to question and seek answers through research and inquiry

Building Responsible Citizens – Who Care & Share
Developing an understanding of social problems so that students can emerge as caring and responsible citizens

Equipping Students with Critical 21st Century Skills
Teaching the tools for success in work and life – thinking, research, communication, self-management and social skills

Instilling Global Cultural Perspectives
Developing collaboration and understanding of one’s own, as well as other cultures to become internationally minded citizens

Encouraging a Proactive Approach
Enabling children to develop their voice and take charge of their own learning and development

Learning Community

Teachers Learn Too
Proving ample opportunities for teachers to enhance their skills and develop professionally too

Involving Parents in the Process
Parents partner with the school as resource persons and facilitators to enhace and support the learning environment for all students.

A Collaborative, Trans-Disciplinary Approach
Teachers across disciplines interact to integrate subjects, achieve shared learning goals and strategies for each individual

Using Technology as a Tool
Training in the use of technology for improved understanding and multi-sensory communication

Learning and Teaching

Learning through Play
In the early years, children learn through play and experiential hands-on techniques

Grasping Concepts while Gaining Knowledge
A curriculum based on concept-driven units of inquiry inculcates a balance between knowledge, understanding, attitudes, and action

A Single Framework across Disciplines
Inquiry based learning creates a curriculum framework that is integrated across disciplines

Catering to Individual Needs
Teaching is differentiated to meet the particular needs of each different individual

3600 Experiential Approach
Providing experiences that help students in personal, social and physical growth

Going Beyond Academics
Multi-faceted co-curricular activities as part of regular teaching help foster holistic all-round development