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The IPC Method

Leveraging global research and integrating best practices from the educational, psychological, and pedagogical fields, IPC provides a well-rounded , developmentally appropriate foundation.

The programme encourages a mix of play, objective, and inquiry based learning which corresponds to a less formal method of objective assessment. 

The IPC method puts the Child at the centre of their educational journey thus placing an emphasis on inquiry based aspects and socio-emotional development.

Based on Research

IPC is firmly rooted in extensive research and evidence-based practices that ensure its effectiveness in early childhood education. The IPC's foundational principles are derived from various pedagogical studies, child development theories, and global educational standards. This rigorous research base allows the IPC to incorporate best practices from around the world, providing a comprehensive and holistic approach to early learning. By synthesizing insights from neuroscience, psychology, and education, the IPC ensures that its curriculum is developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive, and aligned with the latest findings in early childhood education.

Key Features

The IPC's approach to early childhood education is characterized by its integration of global standards and multiple educational philosophies, creating an effective and adaptable learning environment that differs significantly from traditional education methods.

Holistic Development

Cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills through a balanced curriculum.

Child Focussed

Exploration, creativity, and critical thinking by tailoring activities to children's interests.

Based on Research

Academically derived by decades of research, peer reviewed and constantly updated to reflect latest research.

Global Outlook

Aligns with international educational benchmarks, ensuring quality and consistency across diverse cultural contexts.

IPC vs Traditional Methods

Unlike conventional models that often rely on rote memorization and structured teacher-led instruction, the IPC embraces thematic, inquiry-based learning that encourages active exploration and critical thinking. 

Curriculum Design

Traditional learning often follows a rigid, teacher-directed approach, while the IPC emphasizes a dynamic, child-centered curriculum.

Teaching Methods

IPC uses a blend of play-based and inquiry-based learning methods, contrasting with the more didactic, lecture-based methods typical in traditional settings.

Role of the Teacher

In IPC, teachers act as facilitators or guides, whereas in traditional models, teachers are often the primary source of knowledge and authority.


IPC uses ongoing, formative assessments to monitor development, focusing on individual progress, while traditional models may rely heavily on standardized testing.

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