Fri 22 Jun 2018 - Fri 22 Jun 2018 10:00 - 12:00

Learning Walk in Bradford

find out more about the IPC and how it can help children to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to become successful 21st century learners.

Friday 22nd June 2018
10.00am – 12.00pm
Thornton Lane, Little Horton, Bradford BD5 9DS

Fieldwork Education and Marshfield Primary School in Bradford invite you and your colleagues to attend our Learning Walk to learn how Marshfield have successfully implemented the International Primary Curriculum and embedded it with their English and Maths.

“The school has developed a curriculum that is exciting and relevant for the pupils at the school. Through themed topics such as Chocolate, Young Entrepreneurs, Pirates and Treasure, and Explorers, pupils investigate the theme through research activities. Visitors and visits relating to the theme are used to stimulate pupils’ interest and develop their reading, writing, mathematics and other subjects. Presentations by pupils at the end of a theme are well attended by parents who are able to witness first-hand what their children have learned.”
Ofsted - December 2017

There will be an introduction from Alex Johnson, your IPC Schools Learning Consultant, followed by a member of the Marshfield SLT, guiding you through their journey. Finally there will be an opportunity to tour the school, talk to teachers and learners and see how the IPC is linked to English and Maths.

Can't make it?
If you can’t make it but would like to find out more, please feel free to contact me on 07833 451 944 or email
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact me for more information.

Marshfield Primary School, Thornton Lane, Little Horton, Bradford BD5 9DS

Meet the Regional Manager - Europe and Americas

Alex Johnson is the Regional Manager - Europe and Americas

Alex joined Fieldwork Education in 2009, and currently supports and advises primary schools across the UK on the benefits and implementation of the IPC and IEYC. She also delivers professional learning for our UK members.

Prior to this Alex, worked with EDCL for several years after training as a teacher and has a wealth of experience helping schools with the tools and advice they need to support their learning.

Alex is also Chair of a Local Advisory Board, and a Trustee of a Multi Academy Trust.
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