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The best place to start - physical space

Starting a new role is exciting. The thrill of doing something new and different is incredibly grounding and sobering.

Taking that next step out of the classroom and stepping back into even more classrooms is a very humbling privilege. 328 more words

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Celebrating Learning through Art Exhibition

“Every child is an artist.” That was a famous saying by Pablo Picasso. We are ecstatic to witness the truth of that famous quotation as we explored the central idea: “Uniqueness can be expressed in visual arts.” To showcase all their masterpieces created in the How We Express Ourselves unit, grade 3 students had a learning celebration where they invite parents and family members.¬† 159 more words

Learning-Experiences-2015/2016

Incorporating Art and Maths

This unit we learned the concepts of 2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional shapes as we learned about types of arts and Math’s shapes and spaces. Therefore,we had learning activities that combines the two subjects to make learning more meaningful. 20 more words

Learning-Experiences-2015/2016

Unit of Inquiry How We Express Ourselves ( January - February 2016)

Transdisciplinary Theme : How We Express Ourselves

An inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culture, beliefs and values; the ways in which we reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic. 72 more words

PYP-Updates-2015/2016

UOI (Nov - Dec 2015)

Transdisciplinary Theme: How We Express Ourselves
Central Idea: Creativity provides opportunities for reflection.
Concepts: Function, Perspective, Reflection
Related Concepts: behavior, image, identity, personal
Lines of Inquiry: 80 more words

PYP-Updates-2015/2016

ICT (November - December)

To support the concept “Function”, grade 4 students will learn to create a short clip using Imovie:

  1. Making a new project
  2. Recording¬† a video clip…
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PYP-Updates-2015/2016