Excerpt: Their excitement and wonder knew no bounds after we started to visit the exhibition tents. The Aga Khan grade six children had prepared exhibitions based on eleven key topics affecting the society. As a culminating project, each student demonstrates engagement with the five key elements of the programme: Knowledge, concepts, skills, attitudes and action. It is a trans-disciplinary inquiry conducted in the spirit of personal and shared responsibility as well as a summative assessment activity that is a celebration as students move from PYP to the middle years programme of schooling. The exhibition played a vital role as an eye opener to our children since they interacted directly with these children as they were doing the presentations. These are children of the same age and they are able to express themselves well and articulate solutions to most challenges facing our society and I bet our kids acquired a good number of skills from their counterparts at Aga Khan.
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