Learning Means the World’ Primary Curriculum for International Schools
Our global curriculum is progressive and highly relevant!
Helping Children Flourish
“Learning Means the World” equips pupils with 21st-century knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in a truly engaging, innovative and refreshing way.
Relevant World Issues
With thoroughly planned and resourced cross-curricular theme units, “Learning Means the World” puts important world issues like conservation, conflict, culture and communication at the heart of learning.
Innovative Design Ideas
Bringing a fresh outlook to curriculum innovation, it can be adapted for different schools. Whilst it is aligned to the UK Curriculum, there is flexibilty in how schools implement it.
Relevant, challenging, highly engaging and ambitious
Described by teachers as relevant, challenging, highly engaging and aspirational, “Learning Means the World” is loved by international schools across the globe, spanning three continents.
Understanding third culture children
Helping children find their place in the world through learning about how identity is rooted in both people and places. This curriculum supports children in becoming culturally-aware global citizens.
“Learning Means the World” focuses on four distinct, highly relevant global issues which progress through four learning pathways from Early Years to Upper Primary.
LMTW@HOME is our home learning version of our ‘Learning means the World’ Curriculum!
Designed to help pupils seamlessly continue their learning across the curriculum, we have adapted the ‘Learning Means the World’ thematic units so they are specifically suited to a home learning environment.
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Children love the dynamic fun themes, that are very inventive, realistic and apply to modern day life. Cross-curricular learning with links across all subjects in the curriculum (science, history, geography, etc), means students learn concepts quickly and easily, developing transferable skills across the curriculum.Haut-Lac International Bilingual School, Switzerland
I chose Dimensions’ curriculum because I needed a curriculum that was creative, engaging, motivational, and really reflected the values of the school that I wanted to run. The children we’re teaching travel the world, and we’ve got a lot of children from different countries, so we needed a curriculum that was relevant and that they could take with them when they move back to their home countries or to another expat community.Justine Barlow, Principal, Hong Kong International Learning Academy
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‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum…
Evidence and Impact
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