Curriculum Framework for IBCP

As part of the CP blueprint, students study at least two Diploma Programme (DP) courses alongside the CP core and a career-related course.

An IBCP student will learn the theoretical foundations of the programme and gain academic rigor; the career-related course incorporates practical, real-world experiences into the coursework; and the CP core assists with the development of the skills and competencies required for lifelong learning.

In addition to the Career-related studies, students are required to choose related DP subjects at either the standard or higher level in the IB Career-related Programme.


CP Core:

The CP Core is mandatory for all students enrolling in the programme.

  • Personal and Professional Skills goals aim to foster skills development at work by developing transferable skills such as intercultural understanding, communication, and critical thinking abilities.
  • Students participate in Service Learningto get the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the community. Through service, students develop their personal and social skills and apply them in real-life situations.
  • Reflective Project is a cumulative work based on the exploration of a moral dilemma in the workplace and modern business operations. This project fosters intellectual discovery and creativity and fosters communication and research skills.
  • The Course on Language Development enables students to gain an understanding of other cultures through the use of an additional language within their specific career-related studies.


IBCP Career Pathway

Career-related studies:

Students at Delhi Public School Bangalore East  get the  option of choosing career-related programs that fit their aspirations.

By partnering with the World Academy of Career Programmes (WACP), we are able to offer students career-related courses in

1 – Sports Management – CRS Brochure

2 – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M) – CRS Brochure

Approaches to Teaching & Learning

What are the approaches to learning (ATL)?

  • ATL are deliberate strategies, skills and attitudes that permeate the teaching and learning environment.
  • ATL supports the IB belief that a large influence on a student’s education is not only what you learn but also how you learn.
  • ATL are intrinsically linked with the IB learner profile attributes to enhance student learning and assist student preparation for life after high school.

Approaches to Teaching

  • Teaching through inquiry
  • Teaching through concepts
  • Teaching developed in local and global contexts
  • Teaching focused on effective teamwork and collaboration
  • Teaching differentiated to meet the needs of all learners
  • Teaching informed by assessment


Approaches to Learning

  • Thinking skills
    • critical thinking
    • creativity and innovation
    • transfer
  • Communication skills
  • Social skills
  • Self-management skills
    • organization
    • affective
    • reflection
  • Research skills
    • information literacy
    • media literacy