Friday parents came in for a learner profile workshop and visit to the primary classrooms for grades 1-4. Thank you parents!
We flipped the schedule for this workshop, and parents first experienced the morning meetings (7:45-8:10) and then followed with information about the learner profile.
In the morning meetings, parents had a chance to observe the learner profile in action. Students were reflecting, playing games with each other and being caring. Morning meetings are a time to build social relationships and to establish a climate of caring and respect for the day.
Then parents came back to the auditorium for a workshop about the heart of the IBPYP: the learner profile.
The learner profile is a set of attributes valued by the IB that help develop internationally minded learners. They go beyond academic success and incorporate important values for an individual.
We want learners to strive to be:
Learner Profile Questions
For more reading, the IB has published a guide to the learner profile. If you missed the workshop, please see the Parent Workshops link on the right side of this page.
Primary Years Programme of Inquiry: Link