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Personal Project


 King George Personal Project


The Personal Project is a major activity for students who choose to complete the final year (Year 5 = Grade 10) of the program. The project is intended to be the culmination of the student’s involvement in the MYP. The Personal Project may be presented in a variety of formats, such as an essay, a piece of art, or a drama or film presentation. The choice of the topic for the project is made in consultation with a Year 5 teacher who has the responsibility for supervising the development of the project according to the International Baccalaureate Organization guidelines.


In the final year of the programme, each student completes a personal project, a significant piece of work that is the product of the student's own initiative and creativity.

Each project must reflect a personal understanding of the areas of interaction. Students apply the skills acquired through one of these areas as well as approaches to learning.

Students are expected to choose their project, which can take many forms, and take the process through to completion under the supervision of a teacher in the school. This involves:

  1. planning
  2. research
  3. a high degree of personal reflection.

The personal project is assessed by teachers against a set of IB assessment criteria.​

Here are some personal projects made by students from King George

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How to build a gaming computer? MYP project fair 2013 - Second place winners

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Rainforest Waterfall

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Ice Hockey goaltending - Route to NHL


3DKG - This project shows the inside of our school made in Garry's mod.

Green Computer 

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MYP Personal Project fair 2013 in full flow in the King George gymnasium!