IPC helps to support Voices Around The World
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SS Simon and Jude C of E Primary School achieves IPC accreditation at the Mastering level
IPC World Cup 2014: IT’S KICK OFF TIME!
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IPC at The Academies Show London 2014
Fieldwork Education committed to supporting schools through changes to the National Curriculum 2014
The National Curriculum 2014 and the IPC
IPC World Cup 2014
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ICT learning with the IPC Fit for Life unit Year 6 Southfield Junior School
Southfield Junior School, Swindon, UK
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The IPC Interview - Jackline Aming’a, Head of Primary at Oshwal Academy, Kenya
Oshwal Academy in Mombasa, Kenya
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Compass International School in Al Khor, Qatar
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Academy Magazine - An accelerated evolution of curriculum
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Children in Oman use the IPC Saving The World unit to help contribute to saving the world
PDO School, Oman
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Rumukoroshe School in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Children run a travel agency as part of their IPC learning
Woodlands International School in Sibu in Sarawak, Malaysia
Schools take part in treasure hunt for learning – and find learning success for themselves
International School of London, Surrey, UK
Students use IPC Moving People unit to support refugee projects
British International School Jakarta, Indonesia
Children use local oil spill to improve their learning
IPC opens new office in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Neanderthal homes and eco-resorts, bed of nails and fairground rides
It’s all great learning with the IPC at BIS Jakarta
IPC Active Planet Unit
The International Primary Curriculum is a wonderful way to study volcanoes and earthquakes. Carol Hodge reveals how she used the unit.
Entry point: Disaster Day
To launch the Earthquakes and Volcanoes unit we turned the school into a disaster centre. We taped up the windows with masking tape to make sure there would be no flying glass and discussed what we would need to do to turn the school into a safe zone.
In groups, the children planned who would need help and how they could help them. They agreed that there may be people with injuries and so part of the school would have to become a hospital area. The children also came up with the idea of runners for communicating messages, and identified special jobs for each one of them.