International Curriculum Association

International Curriculum

Improving learning 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.

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"The IMYC program has allowed teachers at La Escuela de Lancaster to work collaboratively to plan meaningful Exit Points. Teachers are inspired to collaborate with other departments and to take advantage of colleagues' expertise. The IMYC's focus on international mindedness, personal connections, and the Big Ideas has motivated us to reach out to other international teachers to collaborate and learn from each other. As a result, this collaboration has pushed the boundaries of our imagination as applied to teaching and learning with a broader, more interconnected vision of the possibilities. Furthermore, the IMYC provides ample opportunity for reflection and connections that encompass aspects of student life beyond the confines of a physical school."
Jessica Carreon - La Escuela de Lancaster 

The IEYC is a comprehensive and contemporary curriculum solution encompassing all areas of learning relevant to the early years, kindergarten and pre-school.

A perfect tool for the transition phase, the IEYC helps to establish a seamless link between early years and compulsory education. Click here to find out more!

Guided by international and evidenced-based research, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) supports the holistic development of learners aged 5-11 years old with enjoyable, relevant, and rigorous learning, preparing them to be globally competent, socially conscious, and motivated individuals who positively contribute to the world they live in. Click here to find out more!
The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) engages learners aged 11-14 years old and focuses on the specific needs of the teenage brain. Guided by brain-based research, it is combined with a progressive pedagogy that encourages teenagers to be informed, globally competent, and future-ready learners.