International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP) – All Round Education Academy

What is the IB MYP?

The Middle Years Programme is a five-year programme for students aged 11-16. The MYP curriculum comprises of eight subject groups:

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  • Language acquisiton
  • Language and Literature
  • Individuals and societies
  • Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Arts
  • Physical and health education
  • Design

More information is accessible on the IBO website: http://www.ibo.org/programmes/middle-years-programme/

Why All Round Education Academy?

Schools in Hong Kong have the freedom to customize the MYP curriculum meaning that the curriculum is internalized. In light of this, we are familiar with and have years of experience preparing students from Hong Kong Academy, ISF, Canadian International School of Hong Kong, Chinese International School, Creative Secondary School, Elsa High School, Renaissance College and Victoria Shaghai Academy.

On average, students attain a Level 7 or above for every subject taken at All Round Education Academy.

Student and parent testimonials

“All Round Education Academy provided a very effective math tutor for my child. The teaching strategy was very thorough and was customized to close the gap between my child’s math level and the IB DP math standard curriculum. My daughter is now enjoying math in school and her math grade has improved significantly.” – Parent of one of our IB DP Math students who studies at CDNIS “My tutor was an excellent source of support in terms of

Our specific approach

  • Building a solid foundation, the student’s conceptual understanding and effective study habits in order to set our students up for success when it comes time for their enrolment into the IB Diploma programme.
  • Deep insight from experienced teachers who have attained degrees from world class universities and on average over 40 points in their past studies within the IB
  • Direct comparisons between top-scoring answers and lower-level answers to Bhighlight what students should aspire to do as well as avoid
  • Learner-centered paradigm so that students construct knowledge through gathering and synthesizing information and integrating it with the skills of inquiry, communication, critical thinking and problem solving
  • Effective practice under timed conditions so as to replicate the setting of the exam

Subjects offered for the IB