Tuesday 24 October 2017

Fieldwork Education – Expanding around the World

Primary IPC

At Fieldwork Education, our passion is improving learning. For the last 30 years, that’s exactly what we’ve done – we work with schools around the world to improve learning in the classroom and wider school community. 

We provide international curricula from early years to middle school, all shaped around the unique developmental needs of each age group and with the aim to strengthen children’s moral, social and cultural development.

We’re growing our community of member schools around the world as our curricula are implemented in more and more countries.  This year we’ve welcomed schools into the Fieldwork Family from as far afield as Pakistan and Macedonia. Most recently St Georges School in Peru has started using our International Primary Curriculum (IPC), the first school in Peru to do so: 

 “The IPC offers more than 130 units of work, all in English, and with a series of themes, including material that, in a natural way, captures the interest of the child from the start, and provides relevance and inspiration.”

Dr Graham Gisby,
Headmaster of St Georges College, Peru

We’re delighted to have more than 2,000 schools around the world in our growing learning community – would you like to learn more about joining us? 

We’d love to discuss how we can help you improve learning in your school.

Click here to find out more about the IPC.