Exhibition Reflections - Grade 6 student interviews with Ms. Irina
Due to global pandemic resulting in distance learning for our sixth grade students since November 2020 until present, this year’s PYP exhibition has taken place online. Despite challenging circumstances our students did an amazing job showcasing their tremendous effort and learning. They have worked hard to drive their group’s inquiry and conduct their research in the new context. On behalf of all teachers and CSW’s community I would like to congratulate our beloved sixth graders on the success of their Exhibition journey. Students have proven to be Global Learners capable of making a difference in nowadays world. The resilience and perseverance of the students, teachers and mentors have been a highlight of this journey. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the effort and devotion of every team member involved in the PYP Exhibition 2021.
Thank you to Ms Christine, who has started this journey with sixth graders and helped the students to formulate their passions and define the direction of this year’s Exhibition.
Thank you to Mr Wendell, who has been both a homeroom teacher and a mentor - for his tremendous effort connecting the children in this time of isolation and motivating them on daily basis.
Thank you to Ms Monika – the founder of CSW who has also become a mentor this year - for sharing her passion with the children and her unwavering support, ensuring students’ opinions are taken into consideration.
Thank you to Mr Paul – our other mentor - for devoting his time, guiding, and supporting students in their research and action.
Special thank you goes to Mr Adam for organizing students’ photo/video recording sessions and spending countless hours of editing all the video and photo content which is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to Ms Karolina, who has structured and organized all the information and materials into a coherent aesthetic website which is easy to navigate and pleasure to read.
Thank you to Ms Kasia – our music teacher, and Ms Agnieszka – our Art teacher, for supporting students artistically.
Kind words of appreciation go to our experts this year – Ms Antonia and Nathan – who eagerly helped one of the groups to learn about different perspectives in the context of their group’s research.
Parents have been equally important stakeholders of this year’s Exhibition. Their continuous support and encouragement helped to make the culmination of their child’s PYP journey a very memorable experience.
The Canadian School of Warsaw has proved once again the successful application of the IB Mission statement ‘…to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world.’