National Curriculum For England & The IPC

We know that the new National Curriculum for England is a top priority for many of our Member Schools. With that in mind, we have developed a number of brand new units, alongside unit enhancements, to help you deliver the requirements that the government has laid out in its latest framework. However, whether you work with the National Curriculum or not, our new and updated units will be of benefit to all.

All support materials are available to download from your IPC Members’ Lounge account, including:

  • 10 new units across Milepost 1, 2 and 3
    These can be found in the ‘UNITS’ section – look out for the ‘NEW’ banner
  • Over 50 updated units across Milepost 1, 2 and 3
    These can be found in the ‘UNITS’ section – look out for the ‘UPDATED’ banner

A full list of all our new and updated units can be found here.

 

  • Cross referencing documents – subject specific
    These can be found in the ‘DOCUMENTS’ section – look out for the folder named ‘CROSS REFERENCE DOCUMENTS – National Curriculum for England 2014’
  • Sample Route Plans – Milepost 1,2 and 3
    These can be found in the ‘DOCUMENTS’ section – look out for the folder named ‘NATIONAL CURRICULUM FOR ENGLAND 2014 – Supporting Documents’
  • FAQ Documents – General & specific FAQs for the cross referencing and sample route plan documents
    These can be found in the ‘DOCUMENTS’ section – look out for the folder named ‘NATIONAL CURRICULUM FOR ENGLAND 2014 – Supporting Documents’
  • Planning Advice – Short, medium and long term IPC planning
    These can be found in the ‘DOCUMENTS’ section – look out for the folder named ‘NATIONAL CURRICULUM FOR ENGLAND 2014 – Supporting Documents’
  • Resources from the National Curriculum conferences held in 2014
    These can be found in the ‘DOCUMENTS’ section – look out for the folder named ‘NATIONAL CURRICULUM CONFERENCES 2014 – Resources’

 

We advise schools to read our FAQs for the sample route plans and cross reference documents in order to ensure they are getting the most out of our materials.
If you are not currently an IPC member school and wish to find out more, please contact the Membership team on [email protected] or +44 (0)207 531 9696.