International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is a progressive curriculum designed to meet the challenges of our global citizens.
In Elementary, we have embraced the IPC for the logical process for learning that it provides and for the specific learning goals of every subject, areas of personal learning and aspects of international mindedness. We have seen how the IPC transforms learning, as it supports students to think differently, question differently and learn differently.
The IPC values the importance of acquiring skills in context and exploring the development of knowledge that is relevant to students in today’s world. Students use this to transfer their to bigger conceptual understandings. The units of study take on a thematic approach, weaving together a variety of subjects in an integrated and logical way.
Our learners develop the skills to be enquirers, communicators and collaborators with their learning – developing a greater sense of themselves and others in the process. Through inquiry, students develop a deeper connection with their own nationality and culture and, at the same time, a growing understanding of the culture of others and the challenges and wonders of the world.