The IPC is designed to help children:
- Learn the essential knowledge, skills, and understanding of a broad range of curriculum subjects.
- Engage with their learning so they remain committed to learning throughout their school careers and adult lives.
- Develop the personal qualities they need to be good citizens and respond to the changing contexts of their future lives.
- Develop a sense of their own nationality and culture while also developing a profound respect for the nationalities and cultures of others.
The IPC has a simple but comprehensive structure.
Everything is based on clearly defined learning goals and standards, which outline the subject area, personal and international knowledge, and skills and understanding students need at various stages of their learning journey.
Thematic units of work provide practical activities, which teachers can use in the classroom, plus a wealth of other supportive information. Each unit is structured through themes to ensure that learning experiences are stimulating.
We believe that learning is the most important event in any school and we want students to enjoy the learning that takes place through the IPC.
Each grade level has between 4 and 6 IPC units of study through the year. Each unit is based upon a global and relevant theme and follows a defined format which includes:
- Entry Point
- Knowledge Harvest
- Learning Engagements
- Exit Points
In-built into each IPC unit are the core curriculum areas of: Science, Physical Education, Personal, Technology, History, Geography, Society, International, Art, Music, Information and Computer Technology (ICT).
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