SJI International Elementary receives highest accreditation for International Primary Curriculum

SJI International Elementary receives highest accreditation for International Primary Curriculum
SJI International Elementary School Vice-Principal (Primary Years) Mrs Deidre Hazlewood (right) collecting the certificate of IPC Mastering level accreditation presented at a ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur on March 6.

SINGAPORE - St. Joseph's Institution's International Elementary School has become one of 11 schools in the world to achieve IPC Accreditation at the Mastering level.

The school's principal Kevin Hannah announced the achievement in a statement on Monday.

SJI International Elementary School has been using the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) as its curriculum since it opened in 2008. The IPC is currently being used in close to 1,800 schools in 92 different countries across the world.

According to the IPC website, the skills-based curriculum features specific learning goals in each subject for international mindedness and for personal learning.

"Learning with the IPC has a global focus; helping children to connect their learning to where they are living now as well as looking at the learning from the perspective of other people in other countries," SJI International Elementary School said in its statement.

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