Tuesday / February 28 / 2017

Secondary School Swimming Gala

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Secondary School Talent Show

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Middle Years Programme (MYP)

The MYP is a course of study designed to meet the educational needs of students aged between 11 and 16 years. It aims to provide a broad, traditional foundation of knowledge while increasing the student's awareness of the relationships between all subjects and areas of learning. Students are encouraged to question and evaluate information critically, to seek out and explore the links between subjects, and to develop an awareness of their place in the world. As such, intercultural awareness and communication skills are seen as essential elements to education in the modern world, and are held as fundamental to the MYP's philosophy.

The MYP has been devised to guide students in their search for a sense of belonging in the world around them. It also aims to help students to develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills they need to participate actively and responsibly in a changing and increasingly interrelated world.

The MYP also promotes a holistic view of learning. It requires an approach to teaching and learning that includes and extends traditional school subjects.

DIA MYP Handbook

DIA Community Service Handbook

DIA Personal Project Guide

DIA MYP Assessment policy

Academic Honesty

Why should all sources be cited

Tips for students

Year 11 subject options presentation

Year 11 subject options booklet for 2017 - 18

Year 10 subject options presentation

Year 10 subject options booklet for 2017 - 18

MYP Subject-Specific Assessment Criteria

MYP 2017 Examination schedule

Tips on technology literacy for Year 11 students

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