CAS Experience Highlights: CAS experiences for all of our Upper School Students recorded this week included volunteering at the Women and Children’s Free Restaurant, participating in the 2022 FTC Season, practicing tennis, helping with Santa Express, going on the ski bus, participating in the holiday concert, re-routing the climbing gym, making custom plates and mugs for Christmas, horse jumping, making Dragon drone videos, decorating for Valentine’s Day, writing for the Round Table, trying out cyanotypes (a kind of printing), participating in a club track meet, participating in a school play, running, participating in a hockey tournament, participating in E-sports, snowshoeing, drumming for the Middle School play, helping set up for Casino Night, participating in Coaches Vs Cancer night, knitting a hat, playing basketball, coding with pyhton, shoveling driveways, dog sitting, cleaning up after winter formal, painting, perfecting a cookie recipe, tutoring, and taking pictures.
IB Question of the Week: How can we see what students around the world are doing in IB Art?
The IB community is sharing artwork via its online network. “Our IB community is continuing to share artwork online via #IBart. You can now view students’ creative work via our IB network to celebrate and support them online.”
By adding a location to your post on Twitter or Instagram, it will enable us to create a map of all the work taking place around the world, keeping our IB community well connected. Using #IBart to showcase artwork will not impact or influence the grading of the artwork itself. Instead, it can be used to inspire and grow our IB community by raising awareness of creativity digitally and globally.
If you would like to explore the artwork currently being circulated, please visit the IB’s dedicated exhibition page at https://ibo.org/news/news-list/sharing-students-artwork-on-our-ib-network/
Please refer to our IB page on our website for detailed IB information or email email@example.com with any questions. As an overview, the Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum for grades 11-12 is made up of six subject groups and the DP core, comprising theory of knowledge (TOK), creativity, activity, service (CAS) and the extended essay (EE).