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19/04/18

We have been investigating volcanoes around the world and writing fact files on them in Argentina class! https://t.co/pbiqQ1LzUO

19/04/18

Wow look at the sunshine! Don't forget in this hot weather to ensure your child has a hat and water bottle in school, and you apply suncream ready for the day ahead!

16/04/18

Year 6 Parents - a reminder that the £60 deposit money for the PGL residential trip on 5-7th July needs to be paid by tomorrow to secure your place!

16/04/18

Morocco class - Miss Major has asked if at all possible, can children please bring in a green, orange or a brown t shirt for their assembly on Friday. If you don't have one, please do not worry!

16/04/18

Welcome back - we are excited for the Summer Term ahead!

14/04/18

We hope everyone’s had a very happy and safe break. Enjoy the sunshine this weekend and we look forward to seeing you all on Monday! ☺️

06/04/18

News flash! Extra revision material has been uploaded to the shared Google Drive folder for our Year 6 children! https://t.co/t0FKQygtoA Enjoy! ☺️

04/04/18

Retweeted From Ted Burch

https://t.co/zOEKr4sEYS has every word from the KS2 spelling curriculum. Every word is read aloud and included in a sentence for context. Every syllable is read aloud. Choose to practice or take a test. Results can be printed. Will work on any device and is completely free. https://t.co/PxoNlISaD9

31/03/18

👍 https://t.co/QikV12IRqV

29/03/18

Year 6 parents- we have emailed a letter regarding a CHANGE IN DATE to the Year 6 Residential in July. Letter can also be found on website under News and Events!

29/03/18

We wish all of our parents and carers a Happy Easter- we hope you have a restful break! 🐣🐰

29/03/18

Well done to all the winners of the PTA Easter egg and bonnet competition! Your efforts were absolutely fantastic!

29/03/18

Working till the bitter end!!! Yr 6 solving maths challenges using QR codes hidden around the school, in order to solve the Easter anagram! https://t.co/ePdVjc5vea

29/03/18

Southgate Primary finishes today at 12.15pm - please collect your child from the playground at 12.15pm.

29/03/18

Over the last two days Mexico Class have been making and playing with our fractions loop cards https://t.co/H9DfOhLxrd

28/03/18

Amazing Easter bonnets from EYFS...cute! https://t.co/ecM9Nl5JzK

27/03/18

Also a big well done to Alfie-Lee, for being the FASTEST rockstar in the school, followed very closy by Laiba, and Desmon in third place. ROCK ON!!!

27/03/18

Well done to this little Times Tables Rockstar Superstar - Ethan is the most improved in the whole school! Fantastic! Rock on!!! https://t.co/TbWt9ZAm8k

27/03/18

We take Maths Rockstars VERY seriously here at Southgate....🤪 Rock on Miss Marshall!! ❤️maths https://t.co/ZrsqrGnhrx

27/03/18

Can you guess what our new library theme is....?! https://t.co/Ui2Kaa0gBG

Learning at Southgate Primary

Nat curricPrimary curric

The International Primary Curriculum

  • From October 2017, Southgate will be introducing a new thematic curriculum called the IPC. (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 Topics 2017/2018 05th Oct 2017 Download