Developed by an academic team consisting of doctorate holders in Education, the IPC is among the most researched international programs for early childhood education available today.
21 Thematic Units full of fun and enriching activities that our students will love. Developed by the IPC Academic Team, each thematic unit of the IPC Preschool Curriculum covers the IPC’s 6 Core Content Learning Areas: Language Arts, Numeracy, Creative Arts, Socio-Emotional, Sciences and Motor Skills. Each unit comes in a separate book, with full spread activities, along with easy to follow instructions and a material list for each activity. Finally, the IPC has developed a phonics program, Robin Phonics, which is designed to teach preschool students the basics of spelling, reading and writing.
Through extensive research, the IPC has concluded that family involvement, especially parental, in a child’s education is extremely vital in fostering the development of early learning skills that are also essential in later life. We therefore encourage parents to engage their child in everyday learning activities. The IPC provides, for the parents of each child in every IPC school, a parent newsletter which corresponds with the IPC thematic unit that your child is being taught in school. This newsletter is designed to give parents an overview of the unit’s theme, the activities that your child will be participating in, the content areas that are being targeted as well as the objectives that are being assessed. The parent newsletters also feature a variety of activities that can be done with your child at home, and correspond with the thematic unit being taught at school to further encourage understanding.