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International Primary


Introducing the International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

The IPC is our International Primary Curriculum for children aged 5 - 11 years old. It is used by over 1000 schools in over 90 countries worldwide.

It is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum, with a clear process of learning and specific learning goals for every subject. It also develops international mindedness and encourages personal learning.

5 - 11
years old
countries worldwide

Why Choose the IPC?

  • The IPC is flexible and can be adapted to children's interests and level of understanding
  • It can be integrated with other curriculum to ensure you're meeting statutory requirements, in a creative and engaging way
  • It offers simple but structured curriculum focussed around subject, personal and international learning goals
  • With the IPC you're part of an international community of schools, teachers and learners with access to an online space for information sharing
  • IPC helps engage parents with learning, and to understand the relevance of learning in the classroom and at home
  • Assessment is done by teachers and children to help engage them with learning, and understand their level of skills and knowledge
  • The IPC encourages collaboration and reflection not just between teachers and pupils, but amongst teachers within the school and worldwide
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Accredited Schools

There are 32 schools in the world that have received IPC accreditation by demonstrating how the IPC has transformed and improved learning in their schools. This is done through a rigorous self-review process and is an indication of their commitment to improving learning.

Become an IPC school
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Request more information about the IPC…

There’s a very effective learning structure to the IPC with an excellent range of rigorous activities provided in each unit but these activities are flexible, allowing us to adapt the activities to suit our school and our children. The IPC provides the structure and the starting point and we’ve found this incredibly helpful.

Liz Peacock,
Deputy Headteacher, SS Simon and Jude CE Primary School, Bolton, England