Introducing our new Head of IEYC
Introducing our new Head of IEYC
Introducing our new Head of IPC
Introducing our new Head of IPC and Education Lead
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
Cracking the Code with the IPC
The IPC supports the development of essential coding skills through our three computing-focused units.
First regional event held in Singapore
Over two days in September, 34 teachers took part in our first regional event.
Bringing the ILMP to you
We are expanding our International Leadership and Management Programmes (ILMP) as demand grows worldwide.
Five IEYC units now available!
We’re pleased to release the first five engaging, learning-focused units in the IEYC.
Collaboration with SIES – Announcement
Fieldwork Education collaborates with Smart International Education Services.
New professional learning programme launched
We’ve added online & blended courses as well as regional events to complement our existing in-school training.
First IEYC unit released today!
To The Rescue! follows a popular superhero theme and is available to download from our website.
A new Partnership with the IPC
Classroom Monitor collaboration offers IPC schools enhanced assessment tracking
5 Top Tips to Planning for National Curriculum Coverage
Exhausted by the thought of planning another unit?
Teaching with Confidence
Looking for a way to meet your national curriculum requirements as well as recognition from OFSTED and other agencies?
Announcing our first joint accreditation visit with CIS
Fieldwork Education collaborates with CIS for first joint accreditation visit
Personal Learning and International Mindedness
Going beyond academic learning
Planning with the IPC
IPC in Action
IPC schools get their voices heard on Listen To Us song
Keynote Speaker announced for European Summer School 2015
IPC Regional Conferences kick off in London
Woodcote Primary get “Outstanding” with the NC and IPC!
Nepal Earthquake Appeal
5th Annual Southeast Asia Summer School returns to Malaysia
SJI International Elementary achieves IPC accreditation at the Mastering level
IPC helps to support Voices Around The World
New National Curriculum for England: Watch our video!
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SS Simon and Jude C of E Primary School achieves IPC accreditation at the Mastering level
World Cup Tournament kicks off in the International School of Iceland!
IPC National Conferences prove a huge success
Summer School returns to London! (23rd - 25th July)
IPC at The Academies Show London 2014
IPC Summer School: “Phenomenally Successful”
The 2012 IPC Summer School took place at the International School of The Hague in The Netherlands from 22nd to 25th July and attracted over 150 delegates from 28 countries. Martyn Robinson-Slater from the International School of Bremen summed up the conference in an email to the Fieldwork Education team after the event:
“Emily, Martin I would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you and congratulations on such a phenomenally successful Summer School.
The whole event was superb from start to finish, the start being right from the communication from the team in your offices and the prompt response to any request, you are a consummately professional organisation. Sometimes having run conferences in my many years in Education credit is not always given where it is due, in this case the credit comes in bucket loads.
Having experienced in my 34 years in the ‘Education Scene’ many many conferences I can honestly say I came away from Den Haag feeling as if I had learned and experienced so much and that it was another example and confirmation of the fact that my reinvention in Germany in the International School was the right choice. The ‘Acid Test’ was I never once looked at my watch once, sorry not quite true, I did, that was to get back to the room on time to absorb the learning once again.
Good luck with all you do in the future, carry on the brilliant innovative work and I look forward to the next time our paths cross, which I hope will not be too long. It would be good to stay in touch.