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The Cambridge programme takes students on a journey through Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary 1, Cambridge Secondary 2 and Cambridge Advanced. 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.
We want each student to fulfil their potential and make the most of their strengths and interests. So we offer a wide range of subjects. And we let every student choose the subjects they love and the subjects they’re best at.
We design programmes – with the help of expert educators in schools and universities – to challenge students, and get them excited about what they’re learning.
We also design programmes to be flexible, so that teachers can use examples that are relevant to students’ local knowledge. They will learn in English, but develop strong skills in their first language too.
Students develop skills and understanding in English, maths and science. Progression tests help teachers check their progress.
Cambridge Secondary 1
Students develop further their skills and understanding in English, maths and science. Progression tests help teachers check their progress.
Cambridge Secondary 2
Students follow Cambridge O Level or Cambridge IGCSE courses, leading to globally recognised qualifications. They build a broad learning programme from a wide range of subjects.
At this stage, students develop the deep understanding and thinking skills they need for university. They work towards Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications – giving them the choice to specialise, or study from a range of 50 diverse subjects.