What is the IB Board?
The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a globally recognized educational foundation that offers a challenging and comprehensive curriculum for students aged 3 to 19. It aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring individuals who are prepared to contribute to a better world.
Benefits of the IB Board Education
IB education encourages students to develop a global perspective, fostering cultural awareness and understanding
The IB curriculum challenges students to think critically and develop key skills that prepare them for higher education.
IB programs focus on developing students’ intellectual, social, emotional, and physical well-being.
Different Levels of the IB Board - PYP, MYP, DP
Primary Years Programme (PYP)
Designed for students aged 3-12, it focuses on developing strong foundational skills and fostering a love for learning.
Middle Years Programme (MYP)
Aimed at students aged 11-16, it provides a holistic education, emphasizing interdisciplinary learning.
Diploma Programme (DP)
For students aged 16-19, it offers a challenging pre-university course with a broad range of subject options.
IB Board Requirements and Assessment Methods
IB programs have specific requirements and assessment methods to evaluate students’ progress and achievements:
1. Internal assessments conducted by teachers
2. Examinations held at the end of each course
3. An extended essay and theory of knowledge assessment in the DP
4. Community service and action projects