Thursday 23 November 2017

Fieldwork Education announce exciting, new collaboration with CLPE

Primary International Mindedness Curriculum IPC CLPE collaborations

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Fieldwork Education is delighted to announce a collaboration with the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE). The CLPE is a charity that works to improve literacy in primary schools. It works to raise the achievement of children by helping schools to teach literacy creatively and effectively, showing teachers how quality children’s literature can be central to all learning.

We are really excited to have collaborated with CLPE. We have mapped our International Primary Curriculum (IPC) units to CLPE books, most of which come from their Power of Reading programme. Some books are part of their wonderful Power of Pictures, Poetry Line programmes or Core Book collection. It’s a fantastic opportunity to improve learning in schools."

Anna Vaughan,
Head of IPC at Fieldwork Education
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Charlotte Hacking, the Learning Programmes Leader at CLPE said, "Working together with Fieldwork Education on this project means we can help schools who have chosen to implement the IPC and adopt our literacy approaches to ensure they are delivering a cohesive learning experience which enhances their literacy provision and supports cross curricular learning."

Fieldwork Education and CLPE are committed to improving learning in classrooms by placing quality children's literature right at the heart of it. We are planning on continuing the collaboration into 2018 with a joint webinar and attendance at each other’s events. If you’re not currently using either the IPC or Power of Reading programme, you may be interested to consider how both the IPC Curriculum and the Power of Reading Programme can work together.

Stay tuned for further updates on this exciting collaboration, including the latest CLPE blog from our Head of IPC, Anna Vaughan.

To request further information about the IPC click here.

For more information on the CLPE click here