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The quality of artwork created as part of the Fifth Grade Exhibition project was fantastic. The pupils were asked to create a juxtaposition relating to their chosen themes and the results showed not only an in-depth understanding of their topics, but also great imagination in the communication of their perspective.

BIS-NY Parent

The Exhibition

The quality of artwork created as part of the Fifth Grade Exhibition project was fantastic. The pupils were asked to create a juxtaposition relating to their chosen themes and the results showed not only an in-depth understanding of their topics, but also great imagination in the communication of their perspective.

BIS-NY Parent

The Primary Years culminate at end of Year 6 with a pupil-led 'Exhibition' in which each student identifies a real world issue relating to their own passions and interests to explore in depth, from multiple perspectives. Within this project, students are encouraged to demonstrate the breadth of knowledge, independence and confidence developed over the years along and pair this with their high levels of synthesizing, evaluating and reflecting skills. 

This Exhibition is a significant event in the life of students at an IB World School and represents a celebration of their readiness to transition from primary to middle school. Some recent examples of Exhibition projects include 'The migration of humans and its impact on animals',  'Censorship in Art', 'Effect of Sonar Technology on Whales' and 'The impact and responsibilities of Archeologists'.

The quality of artwork created as part of the Fifth Grade Exhibition project was fantastic. The pupils were asked to create a juxtaposition relating to their chosen themes and the results showed not only an in-depth understanding of their topics, but also great imagination in the communication of their perspective.

BIS-NY Parent
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