An inquiry into the nature of the self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human
Beliefs and values underline how we live our life
Lines of Inquiry
- Similarities and differences between belief systems
- How beliefs and values contribute to the formation and actions of individuals and communities.
- The impact of spiritual traditions on society
Key Concepts : Form, Perspective, Reflection
Related Concepts : Diversity, Perception, Commitment
Transdisciplinary Skills: Social and Research Skills
Learner Profiles : Knowledgeable, Principle, Balanced
Attitudes : Appreciation, Integrity
To know different beliefs and values
In order to understand that diversity can strengthen tolerance among community in Indonesia.
You are a member of a non-profit organization. You are going to conduct a campaign to promote tolerance among different religious beliefs.
- To identify values within diversity
- To propose strategies to enhance other’s awareness toward tolerance.
- To present the strategies orally
To support the concept of Form and Force in our Unit of Inquiry – How The World Works. Students are going to learn the following things:
- Understanding of forces leads people to create/support human life.
- Apply the three aspects of athletics: jumping, throwing and running events.
To support the line of inquiry: Ways to express ourselves through arts, students learn to express their future dream with painting art in visual art class. The students are going to learn to:
- train their self management skill by preparing their own tools and materials
- Create an artwork on canvas with good composition and colors gradation
To support the concept of Perspective. Students are going to learn the following things:
- Demonstrate controlled combinations of movement, changing speed and direction
- Combine locomotor and non-locomotor skills in order to refine rhythmic response
- Respond through movement to a range of stimuli
- Express feelings and moods using imagination and original ideas
- Create more complex movement sequences
- Be exposed to a range of dances containing more complex step patterns as an individual or with partners and in small groups
Dear parents and students, welcome back to school and definitely welcome to Gr. 6.
We hope that all of you are excited to be a member of Gr. 6 community. Just like the previous years, there are three classes of Gr. 6: Nias, Bali, and Lombok.
In Gr. 6 Nias, Ibu Tannia and Pak Carly are the ones in charge.
Ibu Tannia, Gr. 6 Nias’ homeroom teacher
Pak Carli, Gr. 6 Nias’ & Bali’s homeroom teacher.
Together with Pak Carly, Ibu Rindu is in charge of Gr. 6 Bali.
Ibu Rindu, Gr. 6 Bali’s homeroom teacher
Meanwhile, Ibu Pungky and Ibu Elma (a substitute teacher for Ibu Diyan, who is taking a two-month maternity leave) are the homeroom teachers of Gr. 6 Lombok.
Ibu Pungky, Gr. 6 Lombok’s homeroom teacher
Ibu Elma, Gr. 6 Lombok’s homeroom teacher.
There will be a lot of exciting things that all of Gr. 6 students will experience this year. Starting with the first upcoming activity, Parents Information Day on August 12, 2017. We do hope that all of us – especially teachers, students, and parents – can work together and build a strong community to help our beloved students to achieve their best in Gr. 6.
2017-2018 Gr. 6 homeroom teachers.