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Like many primary schools in Coventry the school is following the International Primary Curriculum, and teachers are using Kagan strategies, a method where pupils work closely together in groups and help each other.
The Academy will offer an innovative academic program that consists of a curriculum with a Chinese identity that explores China in a global context - its history, art, culture, politics and geography - at its core, combined with the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for Primary School, International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Year Program (MYP) for Middle School, and IB Diploma Program (DP) for High School.
Key stage 2 pupils will be using the project-based International Primary Curriculum.
The school started its own curriculum review in September and adopted the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), which is proving a big hit with pupils and staff alike.
They are all working with the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) as a way of delivering the National Curriculum of Wales in a cross-curricular, thematic and internationally-minded way.
Children at the Willoughby Road school have been immersing themselves - occasionally literally - in chocolate as part of the school's adopted International Primary Curriculum which helps pupils get to grips with all subjects through set themes.
The school, which was in special measures eight years ago, and is now rated outstanding by Ofsted sees the introduction of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) as the final change for the better.
The world renowned, International Primary Curriculum is a hallmark of BSW and esteemed in international schools in 65 countries.