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International Curriculum Association

Improving learning in schools for more than 30 years.

The International Curriculum has been created by teachers, for teachers. It facilitates learning for children aged 2-14 years old and is learned and taught in over 1,000 schools and more than 90 countries. The International Curriculum is complemented by the ICA’s school Accreditation and Professional Development services, which support over 15,000 teachers and leaders globally.


The International Curriculum guides learning in engaging and developmentally appropriate ways for learners aged 2-14 years old, consisting of the written, planned, experienced, and evaluated curriculum.

Developed for schools, by schools, the International Curriculum is consistently enhanced using the latest international research and evidence to ensure that it continues to be the leading curriculum design, structured around seven foundations, created for adaptability to complement the local contexts in which it is implemented around the world.

 

International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC)

The International Early Years Curriculum is a progressive research-informed curriculum, that nurtures, responds to, and extends children’s interests and learning through a playful pedagogy.

 

International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
The International Primary Curriculum provides engaging and comprehensive subject, international, and personal learning, delivered through thematic units featuring diverse content underpinned by a defined, flexible, progressive pedagogy.

 

International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC)

The International Middle Years Curriculum is influenced by the six needs of the teenage brain providing an adaptable, holistic curriculum that encompasses subject, international, and personal learning.