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From Nursery to Grade 5, our Primary School students explore the PYP.

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Grade 6 to Grade 9 students engage with the MYP on our Middle School campus.

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Grade 10 marks an important end of the MYP, ushering in our High School students to the last two years' IB DP curriculum.

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Grade 12 Visual Arts Vernissage


Explores the theme of photography and memories and how they connect with each other.

Link to Ai's exhibit. 


Explores the theme of solitude in the urban environment.

Link to Alfred's exhibit. 


Explores the aspect of mental health which I try to show through abstract art techniques.

Link to Alice's exhibit. 


Uses a motif to represent the female body throughout my work.

Link to Amelia's exhibit. 


Explores the concept of mundane reality and memory and how it provides beauty when appreciated adequately through art.

Link to Elsa's exhibit. 


Explores and moves through several ideas that all connect to the beauty of nature.

Link to Emilie's exhibit. 


Highlights the beauty, strength, and sensuality of women while acknowledging the social and cultural context in which they existed. 

Link to Emma's exhibit. 


Looks mainly at the theme of ocean and voids, using predominantly the color blue. 

Link to Eva's exhibit. 


Explores the representation of emotions in human subjects. 

Link to Francesco's exhibit. 




Explores the views and scenes underwater, as well as the environments and buildings that surround us. 

Link to Gala's exhibit. 


Explores the structure of the human figure, more explicitly anatomy and poses.

Link to Gaspard's exhibit. 


Explores the structure of the human figure, more explicitly anatomy and poses.

Link to Ginevra's exhibit. 


Explores the idea of individuals' perception of the elements which surround us, while evoking various symbolism and significance.

Link to Hector's exhibit. 


Explores ideas about contemporary urban culture and the influence it has on young people with the things we wear and choose to carry with us.

Link to Katleho's exhibit. 


Represents birds as one of the most important species in this world.

Link to Ko's exhibit. 


Depicts the concept of energy through different mediums as well as different interpretations of what the word means.

Link to Leo's exhibit. 


Explores the idea of space and surrealism using geometrical work and abstract scenery.

Link to Maxime's exhibit. 


Explores the idea of the interconnection between nature, urban area and humans.

Link to Milo's exhibit. 


Explores the themes of nature and mythology and the relationship between humans and the will to explore, celebrating the beauty of our natural world.

Link to Mitivai's exhibit. 


Explores the theme of mortality and the fragility of the human body, with a particular focus on addiction.

Link to Nina's exhibit. 


Seeks to explore the themes of Life and Death through a vivid array of colours, motifs and patterns. 

Link to Noelia's exhibit. 


Represents a daunting task taken on by an ambitious dreamer whose world is falling apart around him.

Link to Selim's exhibit. 


Pays homage to the adrenaline-pumping world of Formula 1.

Link to Sofie's exhibit. 


Explores the journey of aging. 

Link to Wiktoria's exhibit. 


Deals with the question 'what is home?'. The main goal is to tell a story that covers elements of identity. 

Link to Zohar's exhibit.