01/12/16
Introducing our new Head of IPC
Introducing our new Head of IPC

Introducing our new Head of IPC and Education Lead

28/11/16
Classroom Monitor collaboration expanded to include the IMYC
Classroom Monitor collaboration expanded to include the IMYC

We have expanded our collaboration with Classroom Monitor to include an online assessment platform for the IMYC

24/11/16
IEYC/EYFS Cross-reference document released
IEYC/EYFS Cross-reference document released

We’ve released a cross-reference document to support schools in the UK and abroad to deliver the EYFS through the IEYC

09/11/16
First regional event held in Singapore
First regional event held in Singapore

Over two days in September, 34 teachers took part in our first regional event.

03/11/16
Bringing the ILMP to you
Bringing the ILMP to you

We are expanding our International Leadership and Management Programmes (ILMP) as demand grows worldwide.

26/10/16
The IMYC turns five!
The IMYC turns five!

To mark the IMYC’s fifth year of formal implementation, we have completed extensive updates for the curriculum.

12/10/16
Five IEYC units now available!
Five IEYC units now available!

We’re pleased to release the first five engaging, learning-focused units in the IEYC.

24/06/16
Collaboration with SIES – Announcement
Collaboration with SIES – Announcement

Fieldwork Education collaborates with Smart International Education Services.

23/05/16
New professional learning programme launched
New professional learning programme launched

We’ve added online & blended courses as well as regional events to complement our existing in-school training.

18/05/16
First IEYC unit released today!
First IEYC unit released today!

To The Rescue! follows a popular superhero theme and is available to download from our website.

12/01/16
Supporting the Teenage Brain
Supporting the Teenage Brain

Teachers and schools around the world are discovering the power of learning through a curriculum that recognises and supports

21/12/15
Announcing: The IMYC Self Review Document
Announcing: The IMYC Self Review Document

We are delighted to announce the release of our IMYC Self-Review Process.

10/12/15
11-14s: The Wasted Years?
11-14s: The Wasted Years?

Chief Inspector of Schools in England identifies that too many students are let down in the early stages of secondary school

09/12/15
Announcing our first joint accreditation visit with CIS
Announcing our first joint accreditation visit with CIS

Fieldwork Education collaborates with CIS for first joint accreditation visit

11/06/15
Keynote Speaker announced for European Summer School 2015
Keynote Speaker announced for European Summer School 2015

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04/06/15
IMYC Networking Conference at the UCL Academy
IMYC Networking Conference at the UCL Academy

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22/05/15
Balance- What does it mean to you?
Balance- What does it mean to you?

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01/05/15
Nepal Earthquake Appeal
Nepal Earthquake Appeal

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27/04/15
IMYC celebrates major milestone
IMYC celebrates major milestone

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19/03/15
5th Annual Southeast Asia Summer School returns to Malaysia
5th Annual Southeast Asia Summer School returns to Malaysia

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10/02/15
The art of learning with the British International School of Boston
The art of learning with the British International School of Boston

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14/05/14
Summer School returns to London! (23rd - 25th July)
Summer School returns to London! (23rd - 25th July)

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02/05/14
IMYC at The Academies Show London 2014
IMYC at The Academies Show London 2014

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01/05/14
Red Balloons for Syria
Red Balloons for Syria

La Escuela de Lancaster, Mexico

17/02/14
Learning through the lens of the big idea
Learning through the lens of the big idea

Beacon Academy, Jakarta

17/02/14
Interpretation entry point reveals student perceptions
Interpretation entry point reveals student perceptions

Beacon Academy, Jakarta

27/01/14
Learn, share and connect with other IMYC Teachers and Leaders at Summer School 2014
Learn, share and connect with other IMYC Teachers and Leaders at Summer School 2014

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17/01/14
Two international schools connect learning with IMYC
Two international schools connect learning with IMYC

International School of Bremen and International School of Eerde

19/11/13
Students share IMYC learning on new IMYC Members’ Lounge
Students share IMYC learning on new IMYC Members’ Lounge

International School Eerde, Netherlands

13/11/13
Visiting an apple orchard engages students in the IMYC Traditions unit
Visiting an apple orchard engages students in the IMYC Traditions unit

International School Eerde, Netherlands

News

17 January 2014

Two international schools connect learning with IMYC

In January, International School of Bremen and International School of Eerde saw their grade 7’s and year 8’s communicating together via Skype. It was their entry point for two IMYC units:
‘Respect’ for ISB and ‘Relationship’ for ISE. Read accounts from the two schools here…





Two international schools being able to connect, provided by the liberty of the IMYC curriculum

On January 15, International School of Bremen and International School of Eerde had their grade 7’s and year 8’s communicating through means of Skype. During school hours the learners from both the schools introduced themselves and fired questions at one another.

This Skype conference is an opening for an actual visit later this year. The learners from Bremen will come to Ommen in the Netherlands were they will celebrate a mutual media project.

Today was the entry point for the units leading up towards the Spring break.

‘Respect’ for ISB and ‘Relationship’ for ISE.

Both themes fit perfectly well in the Skype conference we organised.

One of the greatest blessings of the IMYC curriculum is that on the hand you have a clear framework for your teaching and planning but on the other hand there is enough freedom for creating a scheme of work fitting best to the needs of the learners or fitting best into the customs of the host country.

Both schools incorporated their Big Idea into the conversation.

‘Every individual thing affects and is affected by other things’ The Skype conversation most likely will lead to friendship and shared fun in learning.

Isn’t that what matters most? Learning together in great fun and with mutual respect.”

From Ydo Jousma, Geography Teacher and IMYC Coordinator, IS Eerde


And from International School of Bremen:


“We had the most memorable Skype conference experience today between Eerde International School and the International School of Bremen.

Having spoken with Ydo we both agree that it was a most valuable learning experience for all of the young people involved in the link up, this being reinforced by the positive feedback we got from the young people at the end of the session.

It is really very special that we can widen the experiences of the IMYC community in this way.

It has been agreed that both schools will continue to discuss and develop our links in the future.”

From Martyn Robinson-Slater, Teacher in Charge of Geography and Global Issues Network at IS Bremen