The IPC is one of the fastest-growing curricula in the world
today, with nearly 1,800 member schools in over 90 different countries. It is a comprehensive
curriculum for 5-12 year olds, made up of over 130 exciting, engaging and globally relevant thematic
units of work, which are designed around a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals
for subject, personal and international learning.
With its own Assessment for Learning programme, the IPC provides immediate support for
teachers and learners through its comprehensive design and rigour, whilst being flexible enough
for each school to adapt the planning and build on their own strengths.
The IPC also has an Early Years Programme designed for children from 3-5 years of age. This
follows a developmental approach, providing teachers with a range of flexible learning activities to
meet the learning needs of every individual child.
Each IPC unit of work is designed around one core purpose: improving children’s learning. Our
world-class writers have created a range of cross-curricular units based on globally relevant
themes that excite children and teachers alike.
What teachers are saying
Have a look at what Deborah Fisher (Leipzig International School, Germany) has to say about the International Primary Curriculum.
Catherine Lester, Head of Cheam Fields Primary School (who recently achieved IPC Accreditation), talks about the IPC’s impact on children’s learning, and credits their record results in English and Maths this year with the process of embedding the principles of IPC across all subjects.