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ACS Egham holds end of year student presentations

Published Monday 3rd of June 2013 03:32:42 PM

Over fifty students aged 10 to11 at ACS Egham International School, recently took to the stage to present their final school project to parents, teachers and staff, as they prepare to move to the Middle School in the Autumn.
The exhibition is the culmination of students� International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) studies. A compulsory element of the programme, the exhibition requires students to undertake a collaborative, inter-disciplinary piece of research chosen by themselves, giving an opportunity to develop their teamwork and communication skills, and showcase their ability to offer solutions to real-life problems.

Topics on which students presented this year included assessing the role social media has on human behaviour, how support networks influence the way people cope with trauma, and the impact human demand has had on animal habitats and eco-systems.

ACS Egham teacher, Sara Faulkner, one of the main organisers of the exhibition alongside her fellow teachers Lauren Dean and Sarah La Caze commented:

�All the students worked extremely hard in the build up to the exhibition, and it really showed when they presented their findings to our school community. Presenting can be daunting at any age and they should all feel very proud of their achievements.�

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