6th Grade Exhibition The PYP Exhibition represents a significant event in the life of a PYP student. Students are encouraged to investigate an inquiry from personal interests and passions, but can also extend into real world issues. 

Students work in partnership with a faculty mentor in order to complete independent research, prepare a visual display, and rehearse and oral presentation. At the Inquiry Exhibition, all sixth grade students communicate their learning to their peers, parents, and members of the community. Student role: Selecting a topic of passion Researching Conflict management  Designing and creating their final project
Teacher/mentor role: Facilitate Guide, evaluate, and advise Support and encourage

Exhibition takes place under an organizing theme. The students are required to participate in a collaborative, transdisciplinary inquiry process that involves them in identifying, investigating and offering solutions to real-life issues or problems. Exhibition requires students to apply their learning from previous years and to reflect upon their PYP journey. It provides students the opportunity to explore multiple perspectives and to demonstrate independence and responsibility for their own learning by incorporating the essential elements of the PYP. The ultimate goal is for students to take action as a result of their own learning and to celebrate the transition from the PYP to the MYP.