An introduction to the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme featuring staff and students from schools across Kent.
The Skinners’ Kent Academy is founded on the principles of a culture of high standards and high aspirations, a culture of active participation, an emotionally rich learning environment and an inclusive environment where every child is known and every learner supported.
What is the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP)?
The Skinners’ Kent Academy began delivering the IBCP in September 2012. The IBCP is a flexible, progressive and challenging programme of study that looks to develop our students academically and provide them with the skills for the 21st Century workplace. The IB framework exposes students to ethical thinking which develops their own values and moral compass. This uniquely prepares them to think, act and work in the dynamic global society in which we live. It is excellent preparation for university, apprenticeships and the world of work.
The IBCP offer at The Skinners’ Kent Academy
The key difference of the IBCP is the flexibility it offers students. There are three elements to the IBCP offer at The Skinners’ Kent Academy:
The three elements can be flexibly combined into a number of coherent pathways that provide students the opportunity to set themselves achievable goals preparing themselves for the world of work, apprenticeships or University.
Sixth Form students at Skinners' Kent Academy follow the IBCP - International Baccalaureate Career related Programme. For more information, see our IBCP page.