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UK Regional Event : Level Two - Leading the IPC - BOLTON (UK members only)

Fieldwork Education

Monday, 10 February 2020 at 09:00 - Tuesday, 11 February 2020 at 16:00 (GMT)

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UK Regional Event: Bolton

Level 2 : Leading the IPC



SS Simon & Jude CE Primary School (BL3 2DT)



Whether you are a brand new or an experienced member school we can support you in your IPC learning.

These professional learning events are held at member schools around the country, offering the opportunity to engage with other teachers from across your region and gain a mix of perspectives from a variety of local IPC schools.


IPC: Level 2 : Leading the IPC

This course is for those people who have or will have responsibility for leadership, coordination and management of the IPC in their school. The courses will equip participants with the knowledge, skills and understanding to enable them to lead the implementation of the IPC in their schools and to give advice to colleagues on IPC related matters.


Day One

Session 1: Who is a Leader of change?


• In this first session, we will begin to get to know each other, find out what we all know already, what want to learn over the two days and begin by asking ourselves some key questions about leadership and the effect of change on stakeholders.

Session 2: How do I lead key stakeholders through change?
• In this session, we will use analytical tools to practise supporting stakeholders though the process of change, for example, coaching.

Session 3: How do I know that change has improved learning?
In this session, we will begin focusing on the ‘So What?’ question. How do we make sure the changes we have implemented has improved the children’s/ students’ learning? We will learn about the Looking for Learning Toolkit as a tool schools can use to ensure this and practise using it with each other.


Day Two:


Session 1: What does it mean to be an IPC Leader for Learning?
In the first session of Day 2, we will focus on what the role of leading the IPC entails. What the key differences between leading and managing are, and how to work with the factors in your own setting in order to be a catalyst for change through leading the IPC

Session 2: How will the IPC Self-Review help as a tool for school improvement?
In this session, we will investigate Criterion 2 of the Self-review document: ‘A shared vision about the kinds of children we are helping to develop’ and what that means in a school in practise.

Session 3: What are your first next steps?
In this session, we will begin focusing on the ‘So What Next?’ question. Each delegate will develop their implementation plan using the knowledge, skills and tools we learned about over the two days.


Courses are structured within our professional pathway:

Level 1

 Recommended introductory professional learning for each curriculum and how to implement/launch this in a school context

Level 2

 A mid-level professional learning course, focusing on embedding the international curriculum and approaches into practice

Level 3

An in-depth and detailed investigation on each curriculum or area of specific subject-matter expertise



For course overviews and suitability criteria please refer to the Professional Learning catalogue which can be found here:


Registration dates and deadlines:

  • Early Booking fee - for all registrations made before 13th January 2020

 GBP £250 per person (plus VAT)                

  •  Late booking fee - all registrations from 14th January 2020


GBP £275 per person (plus VAT)


2 weeks before the event, courses will be confirmed. All registered participants will receive a communication about which courses are definitely taking place.


IMPORTANT: Cancellation Policy

 If you are no longer able to attend the course, please advise us in writing no later than two weeks before the course start date to receive a full refund. After this time, no refunds will be processed; however, we will try to accommodate a transfer of your registration to a colleague if the course has not yet started. Once the course begins, no refunds or transfers are possible.

 Fieldwork Education reserves the right to cancel this event or individual courses due to low enrolment or unforeseen circumstances. Final course decision will be made and announced two weeks before the event start date. After this time the course will be confirmed to registered participants in writing.

 Please be aware of this before making any travel arrangements. Fieldwork Education will not reimburse travel expenses for courses cancelled. Where appropriate you are strongly advised to take out travel insurance to help cover you against any unforeseen circumstances.


Do you have questions about UK Regional Event : Level Two - Leading the IPC - BOLTON (UK members only)? Contact Fieldwork Education

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SS Simon & Jude CE Primary School
Newport Road
Great Lever
United Kingdom

Monday, 10 February 2020 at 09:00 - Tuesday, 11 February 2020 at 16:00 (GMT)

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Fieldwork Education

Through the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC), International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC), Fieldwork Education has been improving learning in schools for more than 30 years.

We support this with bespoke professional learning for schools and a world class accreditation process. Our support for schools is shaped around the unique developmental needs of each learning age group, with the aim to strengthen children’s moral, social and cultural development.

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