…brought to you by the exhilarated but exhausted Grade 10s!
The Grade 10s had their Personal Project exhibition last Thursday and Friday. This exhibition was the finale to ten months of inquiry and research into interests, passions and curiosities.
The products, ranging from a drone to ethnic art, from little resin clay models of Chinese food to a 3D
printer, and from a screenplay to recycled fashion, were on display in the Library for all to see.
The Grade 9s and their parents were invited to a Personal Project discussion hosted by our MYP co-ordinator, Mr Paetzold, on Thursday evening. Here, the Grade 9s were able to check-out the cool products that had been created.
To all the Grade 10s – Awesome effort!! It was fabulous to have chats with many you about your products and the journey you took from start to finish! Pat yourselves on the back for a job well done!
To all the Grade 9s – Get thinking about something cool that you could do; something that will continue to keep your interest throughout multiple months, and through successes and challenges. And if there’s one piece of advice that Grade 10s could give you, it’s not to procrastinate and waste time during the PP process!!
Check out a few of the projects below!
Did you have a favourite Personal Project? If so, what was it? Why did you like it so much? Comment below and let me know!