We have great pride in saying that we became a Cambridge International Examinations school within 4 months of opening. This possibly record breaking achievement was only made possible with the dedication of our teaching and administration team. Below are some of the reasons we have chosen to become a Cambridge International Examinations school;
- Part of the distinguished University of Cambridge and a not-for-profit organisation.
- Offering a clear structure to guide learners’ progression from the start of primary to the end of secondary education.
- The world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5 to 19 year olds.
- Providing a wide range of subjects and a flexible curriculum that can be adjusted to suit learners’ local cultural and linguistic needs.
- The Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. It is tried, tested and trusted by schools worldwide.
- Proven reputation for being an excellent preparation for university, employment and life.
- Yearly, thousands of learners use their qualifications to get places at top universities around the world.
- Providing first-class support to schools and teachers through publications, online resources, training and professional development.
- Constantly investing in research and development to improve their programmes and qualifications.
How does a Cambridge programme work?
The Cambridge programme takes students on a journey through Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary 1, Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level. Students can join at any stage.
The curriculum in each stage has aims and objectives that support students to become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. These are the attributes of Cambridge learners.
|Cambridge programmes||Typical duration||Typical age range|
|Students develop skills and understanding in English, maths and science. Progression tests help teachers check their progress.||Six years||5–11 years||Cambridge Secondary 1|
|Students develop further their skills and understanding in English, maths and science. Progression tests help teachers check their progress.||Three years||11–14 years||Cambridge IGCSE|
|Students build a broad learning programme from a range of over 70 subjects. In each subject, they work towards Cambridge IGCSE, the world’s most popular international qualification, for 14 to 16 year olds.||Two years||14–16 years|
For more information about Cambridge International Examinations please go to their website www.cie.org.uk