The IB Primary Years Program aims to develop active learners and internationally minded young people who can empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning.
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Carlyle’s Spring Concert 2023!
Here are our amazing spring concert put on by our music teacher, Madame Christine and our very talented students.
Carlyle’s annual IB-PYP Exhibition 2023!
The grade six students are hard at work, researching the ways in which humankind expresses themselves. This inquiry project initiated from personal interest, precisely expressing ourselves through social media, film, art, robotics, science, food and fashion, which extended into the study of current modern forms of expression.
Carlyle School Exhibition song 2023
Songs have historically been a powerful tool in raising awareness and aiding protests for social change. The grade 6 students wrote and composed this original song outlining the importance of respect, equality and empathy to achieve peace in the world.
Carlyle Open House
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Carlyle IB Programme
In their own words, the IB Primary Years Programme explained by IB students and teachers.
Grade 6 students at Carlyle write song to promote peace, social change (City News)
Montreal Grade 6 students are uniting their voices in song to share a special message of peace while urging social change. The students at Carlyle Elementary School in TMR – part of the English Montreal School Board – wrote an original song called “Deserve Peace.” Read More!