GRADE 5 EXHIBITION
The students had been working hard for months, and seeing their enthusiasm and creativity in their projects was excellent.
On 23rd February, our school hosted the IB exhibition, where students in grade 5 showcased their projects to parents and special guests. The exhibition was a platform for the students to demonstrate their understanding and knowledge of the IB curriculum. The students had been working hard for months, and seeing their enthusiasm and creativity in their projects was excellent. The exhibition also had various performances showcasing the students' talents and skills. The visitors could interact with the students and gain a better understanding of their projects, making the exhibition an interactive and engaging experience.
One of the event's highlights was the principal's speech on animal welfare, part of the awareness program. The speech was insightful, informative, and engaging, highlighting the importance of animal welfare. The principal emphasized the need for compassion and empathy towards animals and encouraged the students to make a positive difference in their communities. The audience received the speech well, which added value to the event. Overall, the IB exhibition was a great success and an excellent opportunity for the students to showcase their learning and talents to the community.
Ms. Tanya, the IB coordinator, and Ms. Karen, the Grade 5 class teacher, played a significant role in supporting and assisting their students with the exhibition projects. Through their guidance and encouragement, the students were able to achieve great success and complete their projects to a high standard. Their efforts and dedication are greatly appreciated by the students and the school community.