Primary Years Programme provides a framework for an engaging, inquiry-based programme aimed at preparing children to become passionate, life-long learners in a global society. In the PYP, learning aims to transcend boundaries between subject areas.
It is offered for pupils aged 3 to 11.
The Alphaville campus is a candidate school for the Primary Years Programme and is pursuing authorization.
Curriculum Dynamic engaging international curriculum based on relevant and globally significant areas of transdisciplinary study which promotes inquiry, conceptual understanding, critical thinking and high academic standards.
Inquiry/understanding Students actively inquire and learn through exploration, investigation and research; they are active agents of their own learning and develop enduring understandings about the world.
21st century skills Pupils are equipped with skills to excel in a changing world, ready to identify and solve problems, think critically, create, collaborate, communicate in multiple languages and make use of new technologies in authentic contexts.
Attitudes Students engage in learning experiences that promote the development of attitudes such as commitment, compassion and independence, fostering a belief that they can take action and make a positive difference in the world.
Talents Students participate in a broad range of both curricular and extra-curricular activities, providing them with the opportunity to discover and pursue interests and gain confidence in their own talents.
Individualised Students are seen as unique individuals with their own learning styles and needs; the learning experience is differentiated to be meaningful and meet the needs of each student. When necessary, the Personalized Learning Department, with a full time team of professionals, support students' learning.