IB programmes take part in virtual exhibitions and use social media to stay connected
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.