The European School RheinMain (ESRM) is diversifying the educational pathways it can offer to students. As an alternative to the European School’s curriculum leading to the European Baccalaureate, students can choose to study towards the International Baccalaureate at the International School RheinMain (ISRM) – a sister school to the ESRM on the same premises. The ISRM will follow the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, leading to the IB MYP Certificate and the IB Diploma. The ISRM is inviting the enrolment of students to commence in September 2021 in Grades 6, 7 and 8 (S1-S3) into the Middle Years Program (MYP).
The International School RheinMain aims to guide young people on their unique journey of understanding what it means to be a human being in the 21st century. We aspire to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and considerate scholars, who endeavour to progress and innovate our world for the better of all. By striving to cultivate a central identity of a global citizen, the greatest aspects of modern humanity are reciprocated in all avenues of school life and beyond.
More than 5000 schools worldwide teach IB programmes, giving students a unique education. The IB Diploma is accepted at universities around the globe.
The Middle Years Program (MYP) is an ambitious and innovative education program. The MYP involves a conceptual approach to inquiry-based learning which promotes the development of skills as well as knowledge. Through the MYP, students are equipped with the tools to become globally-minded individuals who are ready for the future.
|Language Acquisition||the study of an additional language|
|Language & Literature||courses develop skills in the first language of study|
|Individuals & Societies||the humanities and social sciences|
|Sciences||investigate, research, experiment and observation|
|Mathematics||inquiry, application and problem solving|
|Art||creating, performing and presenting arts|
|Physical Health & Education||physical activity and promoting healthy life choices|
|Design||develop thinking skills to solve design problems|
Initially MYP 1-3 in September 2021, growing organically into MYP 4 in September 2022
MYP 1 (Grade 6)– one class, 30 lesson periods per week
MYP 2 (Grade 7)– one class, 30 lesson periods per week
MYP 3 (Grade 8)– one class, 30 lesson periods per week
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IB Education Video Explainer - https://vimeo.com/92725628
MYP Video Explainer - https://vimeo.com/148628581
MYP Factsheet for parents -https://www.ibo.org/globalassets/digital-toolkit/brochures/1503-myp-factsheet-for-parents.pdf
MYP Information for parents - https://www.ibo.org/information-for-parents/myp-for-parents/