Wednesday 28 April 2021

The IPC is celebrating its 21st birthday and we have a birthday present to share with you!

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On the 20th of April, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) turned 21 and we want you to help us celebrate!

Over the last 21 years, the IPC has been successfully improving learning across 5 continents. We have seen 1000’s of IPC students move onto secondary/higher education with an eagerness to learn. We were thrilled to hear the news that one of our IPC alumni (from one of the first schools in 2000) is now a fully qualified teacher and is now delivering the IPC to their learners.

So, for over two whole decades we have been sharing our international curriculum with schools around the world and it is now being delivered in classrooms in over 90 countries. To celebrate this milestone, we would like to invite everyone to join in the fun of delivering our world-renown curriculum by trying one of our IPC2020 units of learning on the house.

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We are happy to be able to offer the Milepost 1 unit called ‘If you’re happy and you know it’ that’s part of our Health and Wellness subject. The unit focuses on learning about being mindful, looking after our wellbeing, exploring different feelings and how we deal with them. Learners will become artists, therapists (thought partners) and dancers to be able to learn more about themselves and to understand that we are all different, but it is important to keep our bodies and minds healthy by looking after our wellbeing.

Many of our members have shared what a fantastic recovery unit this has been for their children and we want to give you and your learners the same opportunity. We can’t wait for you to try our IPC2020 unit and let our team know how you got on and most importantly what your learners thought.

We love seeing wonderful learning taking place around the world and if you would like to share the fantastic learning that is taking place in your school by sharing brilliant pictures of the ‘If you’re happy and you know it’ unit of learning in action with your learners, please tag us on your post on Facebook/Twitter or Instagram and use the #IPCturns21.

To find out more about the International Primary Curriculum and receive your new IPC2020 unit, request a pack today!

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