CAS & Community Service

Working with IB Schools from around the world to provide an ideal platform to meet the IB requirements for the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), Diploma Programme and the IBCC – International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.
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How can GET help with our IB programmes?  GET works with schools to plan and prepare specific programmes for all age groups. In order to meet the requirements of the IB, we work with schools to plan programmes which include a variety of activities and specific study foci to provide children and students with the necessary experiences to further enhance their learning for the various IB curricular.

Primary Years Programme (PYP):  GET aims to meet the objectives of the IB PYP by providing opportunities for young people to gain further development and learning opportunities outside the classroom. The destinations we offer provide a variety of activities to present the world to the young learner, exposing them to a new and fascinating world through experiential learning.

Our Edventure Camps are specifically designed for young students, providing an active, challenging, educational and rewarding experience.

Middle Years Programme (MYP): The theme for the MYP, following the PYP, focuses on allowing the student to ’embrace and understand’ relationships between what they learn in the classroom and what is available to them in the ‘real world’. GET takes the ‘learning-outside-the-classroom’ approach with a number of available programmes in a variety of destinations.

Our programmes host a range of possibilities to fulfill the requirements for Areas of Interaction: approaches to learning, community and service, human ingenuity, environments and health and social education.

Community Service

CAS NYC

Diploma Programme: GETs’ programmes are tailored to meet student’s interests through a comprehensive pre-planning expedition survey. Including any number of the 7 CAS learning outcomes, and in particular, outcome 6; Demonstrate engagement with issues of global significance.

GET can incorporate student’s CAS Projects into a programme, following the IB’s recommended 5 service-learning stages. GET’s approach to working with students during the programme’s initial planning stage, will identify issues of contemporary global significance which students can access on a local level and research for their Extended Essay during their international expedition.

GET’s pre-planning expedition survey will also highlight areas of student interest with regard to the IB Global Politics course and its engagement exercise and topics debated within the MUN format. Programmes will conclude with an insightful and meaningful reflection process. 

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Service Tanzania

‘Nepal was wonderful….a very successful trip all-round. I have had a fabulous time on all of the trips and can’t thank you enough for the excellence of service you have given and the fun we have had..”
Participant Doha School

IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC):  Our overseas programmes compliment the new IBCC providing opportunities to meet the IBCC Core: ATL, Community and Service, Language development and Reflective Project. Our European study trips provide the perfect experience to fulfill the IBCC requirements.

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