As IPC members, these schools share experiences, resources and ideas and create a global community to enable children and teachers to learn from each other.
IPC members have access to the following resources and tools:
IPC Accreditation demonstrates that schools have taken IPC activities and resources, and used them to transform learning in the school.
This is assessed by a self-review process that schools are encouraged to use alongside implementation of the IPC. It includes strands on how the IPC should be implemented for learners, teachers and leaders, and it encourages schools to engage the community in their children’s learning.
Schools use the IPC self-review process in a number of ways:
When you reflect on your own practice, share what you do and measure it against the IPC accreditation criteria, it provides a clear focus for moving forward and allows the staff to celebrate what they are doing and to ultimately provide a consistency across the school towards your focus on learning.