Learning ‘how to learn’ is a crucial aspect of the Primary years. The teaching-learning process combines practical project work with in-depth analyses of experiences to build concepts, knowledge, and skill sets that are based on interdisciplinary learning expeditions that are grounded in actual life situations. This gives the students a practical knowledge, which is crucial for experiential learning. These integrated learning expeditions promote students’ holistic development by employing real-life experiences as a pedagogical tool for teaching, learning, and growing as well as creating a culture of quality and craftsmanship. A majority of projects are cross-disciplinary and provide students a context, an issue to solve, or a goal they can identify with. By the time students reach the end of the Primary Years Programme, they have accumulated skills and knowledge that will stand them in good stead not just in the senior years but in life.