International Programme Overview
The International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) aims to inspire learners to be active and reflective thinkers, who can lead their learning for the present and future.
Designed especially for early years learners, IEYC is guided by research of the four leading early years curricula from Singapore, England, New Zealand, and Sweden.
Our International Curriculum
The International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) uses a variety of ways to ensure learning for all students.
The pedagogy is based on four approaches:
IEYC focuses on three specific dimensions:
Eight Personal learning goals are acknowledged, valued, and celebrated.
Underpinned by a set of four Learning strands:
Why choose our International Programme?
All students are seen as co-constructors and actively participate in their own learning. This includes Child-initiated activities as well as teacher-scaffolded experiences. The focus is on capturing curiosity and ensuring that children explore, express and extend their knowledge.
Students should make sense of their learning and gain the necessary skills to ensure they are lifelong learners. The curriculum is designed to encourage students to develop at their own pace, guiding them to become aware and engaged in their own learning.