The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) provides a cross-curricular, thematic, rigorous teaching structure designed to engage children of all abilities in today’s world.
The IPC transforms brain research theory into classroom practice, giving teachers, children and schools the most up-to-date learning activities and approaches. Each unit of work is designed to help children learn through their learning styles, their multiple intelligences, high-challenge but low stress activities. There are even special units that help children learn about their own learning. The IPC Assessment for Learning Programme identifies the stages of children’s skill development in eight subjects of the curriculum and international-mindedness at each of three stages – for children aged 6-7, 8-9 and 10-12, with the addition of an the IPC Early Years Curriculum.
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