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Project Work

Interdisciplinary Project Work is a learning experience that provides primary and secondary school students with the opportunity to synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning and apply it to real-life situations. Students collaborate with their peers and communicate their ideas effectively to achieve a common objective. Learn more about it.

What is Project Work?

Project Work provides a learning experience in which students have the opportunity to synthesise knowledge from various areas of learning, and apply it critically and creatively to real-life situations. Working in groups, students enhance their knowledge and gain important skills to prepare them for future learning and challenges.

Learning outcomes

The key focus and desired outcomes for Project Work are:

Communication
Communication

Students can express their ideas clearly and effectively, both verbally and in written form.

Collaboration
Collaboration

Students can work as a team to achieve common goals.

Knowledge application
Knowledge application

Students are able to make links across different areas of knowledge and to generate, develop and evaluate ideas and information related to the project.

Independent learning
Independent learning

Students are able to learn on their own, reflect on their learning and improve upon it.

These learning outcomes are aligned to the Desired Outcomes of Education.

Learn about Project Work at A-Level.