More than ABC's and 123's, our curriculum builds a lifelong foundation to learning that encompasses dozens of subject areas across 6 content areas that range from agriculture to astrophysics.
Our curriculum is further designed to be:
Play based and fun
A mixture of inquiry-based and objective-based learning
Adaptable to incorporate special needs, local customs and existing academic frameworks.
Our 6 Content Learning Areas
📚 Redefine Education: With IPC, your school gains access to a meticulously crafted curriculum that aligns with global educational standards. We empower your teachers to nurture young minds by blending play-based, thematic, and inquiry-based learning with clear, objective-driven goals.
🌐 Global Citizenship: Equip your students with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in an interconnected world. IPC fosters cultural awareness and international perspectives, preparing your children for a diverse, multicultural future.
💡 Continuous Growth: Stay at the forefront of educational innovation! IPC offers ongoing teacher training, research-backed resources, and assessment tools that keep your school's educational practices in tune with the latest developments in early childhood education.
Why offer IPC?
International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) is aligned to meet or exceed the standards of all major education systems making it the most internationally accepted ECE curriculum in the world.
From Singapore Math to UK Literacy, the IPC has had to meet some of the most stringent standards to be truly international.
Developed by a team of doctorate academics, the IPC was founded in 2008 as the world's first international ECE curriculum. It is also the only ECE curriculum that meets several national standards.
Nationally Aligned, Internationally Accepted
4 Curricula, 6 Content Learning Areas, 38 Subjects, 56 Thematic Units, 1000+ Learning Materials.
Academic research is a fundamental cornerstone of the International Preschool Curriculum (IPC), ensuring that its curriculum and teaching methodologies are evidence-based and continually evolving. IPC places a strong emphasis on ongoing research to enhance its educational practices and adapt to the latest advancements in early childhood education. By actively engaging in academic research, IPC remains at the forefront of providing high-quality preschool education that is rooted in the latest educational insights and best practices.
The IPC offers Teacher training through its program the College of Teaching, it is a comprehensive and specialized program designed to empower educators with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in early childhood education. This program focuses on nurturing the development of young minds by fostering a deep understanding of child psychology, age-appropriate teaching methodologies, and effective classroom management techniques.
The flexibility of the International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) allows for seamless integration into any classroom setting worldwide, making it a versatile choice for educators everywhere. Its comprehensive resources and adaptable structure empower teachers to create engaging and enriching learning experiences, ensuring that students receive a well-rounded and globally relevant education, regardless of their location or educational setting.
Play-based learning in early childhood education is grounded in the belief that children learn best when they actively engage with their environment and peers through play. This theory is founded on the works of prominent educators like Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky, who emphasized the role of play in cognitive and social development. Play-based learning recognizes that play allows children to explore, experiment, problem-solve, and develop essential skills while fostering creativity, independence, and a love for learning, making it a holistic and developmentally appropriate approach to early childhood education.
Play Based Learning
The International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) is committed to meeting global education standards by offering a curriculum that aligns with international benchmarks for early childhood education. It aims to provide a consistent and high-quality educational experience for children across the world, fostering global citizenship and cultural understanding. IPC's focus on curriculum development, teacher training, and assessment tools ensures that it maintains a standard of excellence that meets or exceeds the expectations set by global educational authorities, contributing to the preparation of students for a diverse and interconnected world.
Objective-based learning in early childhood education is a structured approach where specific learning goals and outcomes guide the curriculum and activities. This method helps educators tailor their teaching to address key developmental milestones and academic objectives for young children, ensuring a focused and purposeful educational experience. By setting clear objectives and tracking progress, objective-based learning enhances both teacher effectiveness and student achievement in early childhood settings.
Objective Based Learning
IPC sets high standards of operation and provides parents, teachers and the wider community with a brand that is based on excellence and trust. Authorisation is open to any qualifying institution and is a fairly simple process:
Your school must be licensed by the relevant government licensing entity if such a license is required OR as a new school you are in the process of licensing approval.
You must agree to initiate IPC teacher training for all teachers regardless of qualification. Teachers must complete training within 12 months of starting training.
You and your teachers must agree to be bound by the IPC Code of Ethical Conduct.
As a school owner or administrator you must agree to be bound by IPC's safety standards and immediately rectify any safety issues.