Find out what teachers, leaders and students think about the IPC in these interviews and features, all taken from recent issues of the IPC magazine ‘Eye On The World’:
Taking the IPC on the move to Academy
Simon Bramwell is the Executive Principal of SS Simon and Jude Church of England Primary School in Bolton. Here he talks about converting SS Simon and Jude to an Academy.
The IPC interview
We talk to Mary van der Heijden, Vice Principal of United World College in Singapore about her experiences of teaching and leading with the IPC. We also ask her daughters what it was like learning with the IPC.
Leading a change in learning with the IPC
David Lowder is a Headteacher who is making it a habit to lead change. He spearheaded the introduction of the IPC in Vietnam and is now doing the same in Bangkok.
Teaching and working with the IPC
We talk to Alex Bell about teaching and leading with the International Primary Curriculum at Sir William Burrough Primary School in London, England
Making the IPC work for you
Eleanor Shaw, Headteacher of Oaklands School, a special school in Leicester, England talks about engaging students in their learning with the IPC.
The IPC at St. Paul’s School, USA
St Paul’s Independent Day School in Baltimore, Maryland was one of the first independent schools in the USA to adopt the International Primary Curriculum. Andrew Taylor, Lower School Head, explains how the IPC is helping to make a difference.