The International Curriculum for Languages and Creative Arts

To nurture every child’s independence, creative thinking, linguistic skills, confidence, and artistic development, ensuring they are fully equipped for tomorrow’s world.


The vision of The International Curriculum for Languages and Creative Arts (ICLCA) is simple: ‘Childhood should be a journey not a race’.  This emphasises the importance of allowing children the time to develop holistically and at a pace that suits them, instead of allowing only academic assessment pressures to dictate the nature of their learning.  Once they’re confidence, social and emotional skill sets are firmly established, children will be ready to cope successfully with the more rigorous academic pressures and expectations of formal schooling.


The ICLCA is a pre-school curriculum that provides a structured syllabus for children from two to six years old.  Quite different from other early years’ programmes, what the ICLCA offers is a comprehensive mix of the best educational practices.  This combination delivers a contemporary education for children of tomorrow’s world.  What makes the ICLCA contemporary?  It is designed to feed smoothly into any education system in any country in the world.  What is the end goal?  To show the importance of tapping into the things that really are most important at this age – life skills and holistic development – and to showcase more effective ways of imparting knowledge for children to build upon.  Ultimately, the ICLCA is all about making a lasting impact on a child’s educational development and love for learning by proving that this change of focus delivers the best long-term results.  ?