New National Curriculum for England

Southeast Asia Summer School 2014

The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) has been successfully supporting schools to achieve the outcomes of the National Curriculum for England for over a decade. With over 1,300 schools in England using the IPC, we’re committed to supporting our members regardless of changes that take place in the National Curriculum.

In response to the recent National Curriculum changes, the IPC released some exciting, rigorous new thematic units as well as a number of supporting documents including sample route plans and cross-reference documents. These were designed to guide you through your planning for the upcoming year. As always, our membership team is on hand and ready to answer questions and support you through the process.

With 23 new units recently developed (including 10 specifically for the new National Curriculum) and over 50 updated units, the IPC now includes 130+ thematic units of work.


Headteachers, teachers and children talk about how the IPC inspires Great Learning, Great Teaching, Great Fun throughout their school and beyond.

This is a video made by their school to help parents see how the IPC can benefit learning.

Download the St. Paul’s case study here for more information.


Pupils' learning and enjoyment are supported by the exciting, internationally-themed curriculum that the school provides. Leaders are already planning how the many strengths in this provision can be sustained when a new National Curriculum is introduced next year.

OFTSED Report 2013

Moseley C of E Primary School, Birmingham


Want to learn more about how the IPC can support you in achieving the learning outcomes of the National Curriculum for England 2014?

Click here to request your sample materials and IPC information pack today!