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21/05/19

Your school needs YOU! Don't forget our Friends of Southgate meeting tomorrow morning at 9.15am - ALL WELCOME!

16/05/19

Our lovely ducklings are enjoying their last full day with our Reception children - they have loved all their cuddles! https://t.co/bpnCFisQV2

14/05/19

Our phone lines are back up and running!

14/05/19

Unfortunately, our phone lines are still unable to accept incoming calls (pls rest assured we can make outgoing calls in emergencies). Please use the school email address to communicate with us - office.co.uk until further notice.

13/05/19

Please note our phone systems are currently down. Please email us on office.co.uk if you need to communicate with us.

10/05/19

We've had the best day today! Children from other classes came to visit and we had our first swim! We were a little bit nervous to start with and kept jumping out the water, but we soon took to it like ducks to water! Love the Ducklings x https://t.co/N4NNeIYWP3

09/05/19

We are delighted to announce the births of 6 beautiful & healthy ducklings! Very excited children and staff in our Early Years Department today! https://t.co/mvj5G6vPZl

07/05/19

The duck eggs have arrived in Reception, and everyone is super egg-cited for our new arrivals!! Watch this space - looking forward to welcoming our new fluffy friends. https://t.co/2WNd83DJnf

29/04/19

All lunchtime and after school clubs start this week!

23/04/19

Welcome back to the beginning of the summer term! We hope all our children, parents and carers had a well rested Easter break. We are ready for an exciting and busy term ahead!

05/04/19

Year 3 children had great fun being hunters and gathers - a great ending to their Scavengers and Settlers topic! https://t.co/YL2AQn2kGn

02/04/19

We have had some EGGscellent entries into our design an egg competition...we have some super talented and creative children at Southgate! Here is a sneak preview.... https://t.co/f6HtKf44um

02/04/19

Two weeks ago, in Reception, we were given tiny caterpillars to look after because we were looking at The Very Hungry Caterpillar story! We have watched them grow into big caterpillars, turn into chrysalis’ and now they are beginning to emerge into butterflies! https://t.co/xiUHfAy2Vr

29/03/19

In Year 1, we investigated (artificial homemade!) poo samples to see if they belonged to animals which were herbivores, omnivores or carnivores! The children loved it! https://t.co/BF7WK3Veug

29/03/19

WOW what an amazing assembly to our KS1 children from FizzPop Science - children were in complete awe - SCIENCE IS FUN! https://t.co/dtuvNJX4lr

29/03/19

Thank you to those who came and supported our Macmillan Coffee Morning at school on Wednesday - we hope you enjoyed the yummy cakes and drinks! https://t.co/mo5niSd9D6

28/03/19

Current views from inside the space dome! https://t.co/TgUXi3xN1T

28/03/19

Our Year 4 And Year 5 children are incredibly lucky to be experiencing the space dome today! We can’t wait to hear all about it! https://t.co/BVxQid2z3h

28/03/19

Thanks to for an exciting assembly this morning! We are looking forward to introducing your after school club in the summer term! More info to follow....! https://t.co/44sIMoArah

15/03/19

To celebrate the end of science week, and to raise money for , Southgate Primary school has been taken over by scientists!!! Some fantastic costumes on display today, more pictures to follow....! https://t.co/sW1ClTG3de

Learning at Southgate Primary

Nat curricPrimary curric

The International Primary Curriculum

  • The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum for 5-12 year olds, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for international mindedness and for personal learning.

  • It covers the English National Curriculum incorporating a global dimension with an international focus.

  • The International Primary Curriculum is taught in over 90 countries and over 500 UK state schools and academies.

  • The IPC aims to prepare children for a portfolio of jobs and provides a stable experience for Life-long learning opportunities.

  • In every class we will be explicitly teaching thinking and enquiry skills.

  • Art
  • Geography
  • History
  • ICT
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
Curric
  • Science
  • PE
  • Technology
  • Mucic
  • Society
  • International

The IPC units are organised around a theme, which helps children to see how subjects are both ‘independent’ and ‘interdependent’ enabling them to see ‘the big picture’ of their learning, make connections through and across different subjects, and talk about a theme from multiple perspectives.

‘The Learning Goals are the foundation on which the International Primary Curriculum is built.’

At the very heart of the IPC is clarity about what children should learn. There are learning goals, or standards, for all of the subjects of the primary curriculum.

There are learning goals for children’s personal development, and, uniquely, there are learning goals for the development of children’s international mindedness and international learning.

The IPC provides learning goals for every subject of the primary curriculum, and are defined for each age phase:

Milepost 1 (ages 5-7 years)

Milepost 2 (ages 7-9 years) 

Milepost 3 (ages 9-12 years)

Documents

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Curriculum Overview 2018-2019 01st Sep 2018 Download