Released on: December 23, 2010, 3:03 pm
Author: IC School
London, December 2010 – The International Community School (ICS) in London has been educating children for over a quarter of century. The school uses an international curriculum with aspects of the English National Curriculum and the best of other international programmes. With International Baccalaureate (IB) World School Status in its primary- and middle-years programmes, the school intends to be an IB Diploma School for students at all levels.
The ICS curriculum is strongly focused on teaching English, providing for special educational needs in an inclusive environment and developing an environmental literacy in its students. For parents looking for high-quality IB schools in London, an excellent choice is ICS.
For parents concerned about what kind of autism education UK schools offer, a close look at ICS could be quite rewarding. No matter what the learning disability, the school provides educational opportunities, with individual learning plans tailored to each student’s needs.
IBS offers a Primary Years Programme for three- to eleven-year-olds. This programme uses a holistic approach in teaching mathematics, language, science, social studies, the arts, information technology, as well as personal and social education. For students for whom English is an additional language, the Foundation Courses Primary and Secondary teach English skills and allow the student to be a fully integrated member of the school with parallel classes, as well as individual or small group support. These programmes start at the nursery and reception level and progress through to age twelve.
ICS operates a field studies centre on the Suffolk coast at Bawdsey, where students can engage in field work studies as well as outdoor sports including sailing. This opportunity is considered an integral part of the school’s mission to provide a broad and holistic education to its students.
The International Community School provides students with a unique and inclusive
learning environment designed for success. ICS pro-actively helps students a variety
of special educational needs.
Contact Details: 4 York Terrace East, Regents Park