The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP) are staying connected by sharing this year’s work, via our online IB network. Join in on the #PYPX2021 and #MYPX2021 virtual exhibitions and support our students worldwide.
The online exhibitions—which run from 5 March until 26 June 2021—allows students and schools to showcase their artwork, projects, activities and reflections by posting images or videos on social media, using the hashtag #PYPX2021 and #MYPX2021.
Schools all over the world have had to adapt teaching methods and learning routines greatly over the past year. The PYP and MYP Exhibitions offer a safe and welcoming platform for all of our IB community to celebrate all the great work they’ve completed, despite the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
IB World Schools may share their curriculum highlights with their programme community by uploading their work to Twitter or Instagram and using the exhibitions’ designated hashtags, #PYPX2021 and #MYPX2021. For anyone who prefers not to share their submissions via social media, submissions can also be submitted via the online form; found here for PYP and here for MYP.
Take a look below at some of our MYP students' work that was shared across our IB network last year.
As a culmination of the #InternationalBaccalaureate Middle Years Programme, Grade 10 students at #ISZL create Personal Projects. Here we share projects on the themes of Globalization and Sustainability. A Grade 10 student also created the music. #MYPX2020 @MYPX2020 @OleWasner pic.twitter.com/pWbI75lI3N— International School of Zug and Luzern (ISZL) (@ISZL) June 9, 2020
For more information on how the IB is supporting our programme communities during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, please read more on our dedicated COVID-19 microsite.