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Become an IMYC School

With over 140 IMYC schools in over 50 countries, the IMYC global community is growing fast.

This inclusive curriculum doesn't require any pre-qualifications, provides maximum flexibility and has no restrictions on how you use it so you stay in control of the learning in your school.

IMYC Membership

IMYC members have access to the following resources and tools:

  • MyFieldwork online, with access to key documents such as the IMYC Self-Review, videos, case studies and supporting documents to help you successfully implement the IMYC in your school.
  • 30 thematic units of work for 11-14 year olds available online in MyFieldwork along with Route Planners to ensure learning goals are covered as you choose units. With individual access for teachers, your school will always have the most up-to-date and relevant units.
  • Learning Files provide a clear framework highlighting what should be learned and how in order to help teachers deliver the IMYC and include explicit learning targets.
  • Comparison tools to cross reference learning outcomes of the National Curriculum for England 2007 against the learning goals of the International Middle Years Curriculum.
  • Support with assessment through the IMYC Assessment for Learning programme, including an online tracking tool.
  • Professional Learning opportunities for new and experienced teachers delivered in-school, blended or online. With regional discounts on IMYC conferences and events worldwide, connect and learn from the Fieldwork team and other members around the world.
  • Join the Pinboard - a global online community of IMYC teachers where you can share and celebrate examples of great learning through videos, webinars, photos, forums and other e-learning resources.
  • You will also receive individual member support via email and phone, regular member e-newsletters, and access to the IMYC logo and posters for use in your school.
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We would love to have had this clarity from the beginning! It definitely helps schools to focus on the 'whole school' and not just the unique elements of the IMYC.

Katie Stewart,
Head of Secondary, British International School of Washington, USA
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