We are very proud to announce that Abdul Kadir Molla International School has been authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) in April 2020. All of our students and the entire learning community will continue to benefit from our legacy of fostering a passion of lifelong learning.
The PYP curriculum flawlessly complements and strengthens our school’s objective to educate kids through a fluid and engaging curriculum that motivates them to become inventive, culturally fluent young people.
The mission of IB World Schools is to provide rigorous, excellent international education programs that share a compelling vision, with the goal of enhancing teaching and learning for a varied and inclusive community of students.
The PYP promotes a transdisciplinary learning style in which several subject areas are brought together in curricular units. An emphasis on development in the Learner Profile and Approaches to Learning, as well as a dedication to inquiry as the best method of learning, are at the core of the PYP philosophy.
Each student will accomplish the following during the Program of Inquiry:
- Construct a conceptual understanding
- Investigate topics with both regional and global implications for knowledge.
- Develop and put to use a variety of essential abilities across content areas.
- Promote a positive mindset toward learning, the environment, and other people.
- Capability to engage in service and responsible action
We at Abdul Kadir Molla International School believe that learning is not compartmentalized and there are fine threads that weave different disciplines to make us see the bigger ideas, this thought aligns well with the transdisciplinary and concept-driven curriculum of IB PYP. We appreciate and implement inquiry-based pedagogy, as it addresses the individuality of learners and gives them a wider scope to nurture their natural curiosity. Our viewpoint of learning is that all learners are only one of its kind and must have a motivating and enlightening learning environment where they can develop themselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. It is our wish to create this type of ambiance where students can meet their full potential through learner-centric learning and teaching practices.
For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org/