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22/01/19

Retweeted From Jen@GLFTT

Calling all ⤵️ https://t.co/2Yy5OBFx93

22/01/19

Look huge!

22/01/19

Have you checked out our News and Events page on the website? Keeps you up to date with what is going on in the school! Can you spot your child learning? https://t.co/QlMpaBx3NN

14/01/19

Our Year 3 "smarties" have been busy estimating, measuring, dividing, as they work their way through their maths problems...using smarties! https://t.co/6NDtcflZcK

10/01/19

Do you have a child starting Reception in September 2019? Why not join us at Southgate Primary tomorrow at 2pm for a tour of the school with the Headteacher! Call us to book your space - 01293 525 966. We look forward to welcoming you!

08/01/19

This morning, Evil Pea left Hedgehog and Owl class in a big mess! We are on the case! https://t.co/B1oeqXh2zi

07/01/19

Wishing all our parents and carers a Happy New Year! Welcome back to school - we are looking forward to a busy and enjoyable Spring Term!

07/01/19

Retweeted From carole davies

GLF Schools are honoured to be sharing the outside cover of the January RH Uncovered magazine with Snow Patrol! (Certain editions only, due to be delivered this week.) Our West Sussex Primary Schools each have one more open event before the application deadline of 15 January 2019 https://t.co/p3JDUkmzyM

07/01/19

Retweeted From Chestnut Park School

Chestnut Park will be recruiting teachers for September 2019 in the Spring Term- please get in touch if you are interested in joining our dynamic team. https://t.co/5a1hxzCrKO

25/12/18

Merry Christmas! 🎄✨💫☺️

21/12/18

REMINDER! School finishes at 12.15pm today! Wishing all our Parents & Carers a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

21/12/18

Party time in Year 6 yesterday! Sounds like all the children across the school enjoyed their class Christmas parties! https://t.co/8UJajOBteO

20/12/18

Kerr class are enjoying a pyjama Xmas party this afternoon! https://t.co/nmObldwGUY

20/12/18

A brilliant attempt at pin the tail on Rudolph by Kerr class during their Xmas party! https://t.co/LDy81mrLKz

20/12/18

Year 3 are ready for their Xmas party this afternoon!!! Enjoy! https://t.co/RPSmbOpamH

18/12/18

What a fantastic nativity from Reception and Year 1 children! Beautiful singing, very cute costumes, and a huge amount of effort! Well done children, and thank you to the teachers who worked tirelessly to put it together! https://t.co/eDjqSb1PDg

17/12/18

We are looking forward to the first of two performances by Reception & Year 1's "An Easy, Cheesy Nativity"!! Break a leg!

13/12/18

Amazing islands made by James and Liam - they were very resourceful with toilet paper rolls, cardboard, tissue paper and paint to create these beauties! Well done both, very impressive! https://t.co/fCGz6qL4xc

13/12/18

Year 2 had a lovely afternoon baking session yesterday as part of their food topic - flapjacks, fairy cakes and iced biscuits were on the menu! They smelt amazing, we are sure they tasted just as good! https://t.co/B7oaWFSMWb

13/12/18

Retweeted From carole davies

Our West Sussex schools have one more open event each before the January 15 Deadline. See our advert on the back cover of RH Uncovered - the January 2019 edition. https://t.co/3u8NSEQazx

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