“We have to stay hungry as an ecology of learners, with a big craving for new ideas and learning journeys with sound and sustainable practice.”

I understand and appreciate the transdisciplinary inquiry of the IB PYP and I also seek all the inspiration and appetite for disciplinary depth from the IB DP based on its structured and meaningfully planned rigour, which truly prepares students for a challenging and constantly changing future. And to truly sustain these two holistic programs of IB, we need the right balance of curriculum design, assessments, pedagogical practices, pastoral care and understanding of our learners in an internationally minded context through the MYP years of learning. The right balance of nurture and challenge, of care and push, of wondering and deep thinking, reading and experiencing, of focus and perspectives. I believe in promoting practices which can truly become a connector like an umbilical cord between teaching and learning practices of PYP and DP, with the celebration of interdisciplinary and critical thinking in the approach of the IB MYP. I believe in making students informed and capable towards taking ownership of their own learning and also constantly reflecting on how they are changing and evolving to lead an impactful life with blissful experiences at every moment.

We as a learning community believe all our learners are unique and it is very important that we create and sustain the best possible learning processes and systems for these learners' and their success in academic and beyond academic exploration. At Neev MYP, we believe that planning teaching, learning and assessment are an inclusive, continuous cyclic process, which should inform all stakeholders (students, teachers and parents) about the impact and efficiency of the learning processes. This creates space for feedback and reflections for further improvement. In education, data from assessments are meant to enhance student learning, inform curriculum design and teaching practices of teachers and support from parents and the learning community. And for this, these processes of learning need to be transparent and equitable, so that students take ownership of their learning. Currently, at the junction at which we (at Neev) are, there are limitless possibilities that we have to ace, to truly become the excellence in reimagining education in a changing India and we invite you to join us on this amazing journey

Vineet Singh
MYP Coordinator


The MYP Curriculum Model


MYP Curriculum Handbook 2023-24


The Middle Years Programme at Neev aims to develop active lifelong learners and internationally minded young people who can empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning.

The Middle Years Programme, also known as the MYP empowers students of age group 11-16 years to inquire into a wide range of issues and ideas of significance locally, nationally and globally. The curriculum framework is designed to help students become creative, critical and reflective thinkers.

The programme provides students opportunities to develop the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to realize their true potential.