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21/06/18

Peru class are worked so hard on their story for their hot write yesterday morning, you could hear a pin drop in there! https://t.co/dqE6S2pNMI

21/06/18

What a fab day that was! https://t.co/n48mA8gKBI

19/06/18

Some more group photos from our AMAZING Year 6 trip to Chessington last week! Thanks again and ! What a day! https://t.co/6hNk1tyL40

19/06/18

Today in Mexico we’ve been playing lots of games to help us remember our Roman Numerals https://t.co/47Z6bUJoBo

18/06/18

We hope our parents read the letter we emailed regarding Fortnite, the video game. Please can we stress that this game is NOT appropriate for primary school aged children. The letter, along with advice from the NSPCC can be found on our website under the Letter and Document zone.

18/06/18

Our fantastic Breakfast and After School Club "Kids Like Us" are offering FREE TRIAL sessions! Want to see what they can offer? Call them on 07761 230 571 or pop in and see them NOW! https://t.co/MDrSqrg87q

18/06/18

Ireland Class we couldn't be more proud of you! Your assembly on Friday was amazing, you sang beautifully! For the parents who missed it because of Eid we are looking for another date to perform again. So you can still enjoy seeing your children's had work! Ireland Class Team

15/06/18

Year six parents update. Arrival is closer to 5:45 now.

15/06/18

Year six parents, based on traffic, we hope to get back for 5:30! 👍

15/06/18

Year 1 practitising for Sports Day https://t.co/NbIR87Qk2W

15/06/18

Year 1 practising for Sports Day https://t.co/Cr26pMbpdv

15/06/18

Enjoying your new Tiger Falls 👍 https://t.co/cwXOBRgQ1U

15/06/18

Retweeted From Aureus School

Eid Mubarak to our staff, students & families. Enjoy your celebrations. https://t.co/iC8yQiOG1j

15/06/18

He was fabulous! 🙏 https://t.co/ew7aoYRgVt

15/06/18

👇😎 https://t.co/33yx4PJGHQ

15/06/18

Uh oh Miss Westlake.... https://t.co/VLHwKDpRFg

15/06/18

is AMAZING! https://t.co/ALE10nMtTR

15/06/18

Look out Year six are coming thanks to ☺️☺️😅 https://t.co/ey4kIkuIlf

15/06/18

Safari Sam has arrived, and is ready to entertain the year 6 children on their way to Chessington! https://t.co/8Hf3ndM1fZ

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
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  • 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

Page Downloads Date  
Curriculum Topics 2017/2018 05th Oct 2017 Download