Inquiry led growth and Inclusive by design. Builds on attitudes and skills acquired in PYP and prepares student for the demanding requirements of IB Diploma Programme
The Middle years programme at Lancers encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world. It is a five-year programme of grades 6 through 10 which caters to students of the age 11 to 16 years. At Lancers students are provided with opportunities to develop their potential; explore their own learning preferences; take appropriate risks; reflect on, and develop a strong sense of personal identity.
The learner attributes are fostered in students promote their development as responsible members of their local, national and global communities. Key and related concepts are big ideas, which form the basis of teaching and learning in the MYP. They ensure breadth and depth in the curriculum and promote learning within and across the disciplines.
At Lancers you see students investigating a Real world topic making connections between Mathematics and social science; students learning about different diseases, and examine how the spread of diseases have had a significant impact on society over time combining science and humanities; learning how social movements work and how they can result in societal change while also looking at the power of poetry as a medium to pass social comment; exploring music through math and so on.
In addition to the study of Academic subjects, students engage in Approaches to Learning skills (ATL) through which they build self esteem, become responsible for their own learning and are prepared for the future who are critically alert of the world around them.