Key Features of IB Curriculum At Harvest

The International Baccalaureate® aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.

These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

Harvest International School aims to take learning beyond classrooms and prepare future ready individuals and is  completely aligned in principles and practice with the IB mission.

HIS offers the IB PYP for students aged 6 to 11 and IB Middle Years Program for students aged 11 – 16 years.

IB Learner Profile

Harvest international school values these 10 attributes represented by the IB Learner Profile. These attributes  not only guide students’ academic pursuits but also shape their character and behavior as responsible global citizens


The IB Middle Years Program is designed for students aged 06 - 11 years.

The PYP At Harvest offers courses for

  1. Language -English
  2. Mathematics
  3. Sciences
  4. Arts
  5. Social studies
  6. Language Acquisition ( Hindi/ French / Kannada)
  7. Physical Social and Personal Education

Key Features of the PYP @ Harvest

Program Highlights

PYP Exhibition

The final year of the IB Primary Years Programme culminates in an exhibition that provides students an opportunity to  explore, document, and share their understanding of a local or global  issue of personal significance.

The exhibition aims to engage students in an in-depth, collaborative inquiry to showcase and reflect on their PYP education. It is a platform to explore multiple perspectives, demonstrate the attributes of the IB Learner profile and build up on their ATL Skills while they synthesise and apply their PYP learning in real life contexts.The exhibition is also a celebration of their transition to the Middle Years Programme.

Student Led Conference

A Student-Led Conference (SLC) in the PYP programme refers to a conference where students take an active role in leading and presenting their academic progress, achievements, and goals to their parents, teachers, or guardians.

This practice aligns with the learner-centered philosophy of the IB program, which aims to empower students to take ownership of their education and personal development.The SLC promotes holistic development and prepares students for a lifelong love of learning. It emphasizes collaboration, critical thinking, and self-awareness while also involving all stakeholders in the educational process.

Middle Years Programme

The IB Middle Years Program is designed for students aged 11 - 16 years.

The MYP @Harvest offers courses for

MYP 1 to MYP 3 ( Grade 6 to Grade 8)
The IB Middle Years Programme @ Harvest offers subjects from 8 subject groups.

Apart from these, the students also engage in Service As Action activities and one interdisciplinary understanding unit in every year of the eMYP 

MYP 4 to MYP 5 ( Grade 9 to Grade 10)
Students have the flexibility to choose subjects from 6 groups

Students also engage in a Personal Project in Grade 10 besides the Service as Action initiatives and one interdisciplinary understanding unit in every year of the  MYP.


At the end of MYP Year 5, students have an option to appear for eAssessment, which shall be a mandate at Harvest International School.

Key Features of the MYP @ Harvest

Program Highlights


Service as Action

An essential component of the learning process in the MYP that builds upon the action initiated in PYP. Service as Action leads toward a set of developmentally appropriate outcomes and involves activities beyond doing for others to engaging with others to show a commitment towards a better community and a better world.


A combination of on-screen assessment and coursework for students of MYP 5, which is an external verification of students’ achievement.