IPC Personal Goals
International Primary Curriculum
Guided by international and evidenced-based research, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) supports the holistic development of learners aged 5-11 years old with enjoyable, relevant, and rigorous learning, preparing them to be globally competent, socially conscious, and motivated individuals that positively contribute to the world they live in.
More information about the International Primary Curriculum can the following website:
Personal, International and Subject Learning Goals
Learning is at the centre of the IPC and progression for learners is driven by rigorously sequenced Learning Goals, across each subject and for ‘International’, that encompass Knowledge, Skills and Understanding. International is both a subject and an overarching principle in the IPC.
Complementing the Subject and International Learning Goals, the Personal Learning Goals contribute to the holistic development of the learner and shape the ethos of IPC learning. The International Curriculum defines 8 dispositions for learners to foster, namely: Adaptable, Communicator, Collaborator, Empathetic, Ethical, Resilient, Respectful and Thinker.
The following slides provide more details about the 8 Personal Learning Goals and how they are applied within the classroom.