Cambridge Primary Cambridge Primary is typically learners aged to 5 to 11 years. It develops learners’ skills and understanding through the primary years in English, Mathematics and Science.
Cambridge Primary provides a flexible framework which you can use to tailor the curriculum to your needs. We provide assessment tools to help you identify what children are learning, monitor their progress and report to parents.

Curriculum: Sets clear learning objectives in English, Mathematics and Science for each year of primary education
Focuses on developing knowledge and skill in core subjects which form an excellent foundation for future study
Focuses on learners’ development in each year
Provides a natural progression throughout the years of primary education Is compatible with other curricula, internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures
Is suitable for learners whose first language is not English, with an optional English as a second language curriculum
Gives you optional routes to use sections that suit your learners’ needs best Provides schools with international benchmarks

Cambridge ICT Starters
Informations and Communications Technology (ICT) is now part of the educational experience worldwide. It is regarded as a new ‘literacy’, alongside reading, writing and numeracy.
Cambridge ICT Starters introduces learners, within Cambridge Primary and Cambridge Secondary 1 stages, to the key ICT applications they need to acquire that literacy and to understand the impact to t technology on our daily lives.

Classroom support for teachers and learners
A range of support resources is available to help teachers plan and deliver Cambridge Primary in English, Mathematics and Science. Resources are also available for Cambridge ICT Starter. Teachers can access these resources once their school becomes a registered Cambridge School.


Cambridge Primary Progression Tests

Provide detailed information about the performance of each learner for stages 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the curriculum
Enable teachers to give structured feedback to learners and parents
Enable teachers to compare the strengths and weaknesses of individuals and groups Are marked by teachers in the school
Come with clear guidance, standards and mark schemes
Can be used at any time during the year
Can be downloaded securely online

Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
Is a test for learners at the end of the final year of Cambridge Primary and is available in English, Mathematics and Science, English as second language tests are available from our sister organisation Cambridge English Language Assessment Tests skills, knowledge and understanding at the end of stages 406 of the curriculum for English and Mathematics, and stages 3-6 of the curriculum for science
Tests are marked in Cambridge to provide and international benchmark learner performance
Learners’ receive a statement of achievement and a diagnostic feedback report.
Feedback reports show how a learner has performed in relation to the curriculum, their learning
group, the whole school and against all learners who have taken tests in that series
Cambridge Secondary 1 is typically for learners aged 11 to 1 years. It builds on the foundations of Cambridge Primary, although it is not essential to have completed that stage before beginning Cambridge Secondary 1.

Our Curriculum

Provides natural progression from primary education
Sets clear learning objectives for the first three years of secondary education in English, Mathematics and Science
Is compatible with other curricula, internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures
Is appropriate for learners whose first language is not English
Gives optional routes to use section that suit the situation best
Focuses on learners’ development and provides schools with international benchmarks

Cambridge ICT Starters

Informations and Communications Technology (ICT) is now part of the educational experience worldwide. It is regarded as a new ‘literacy’, alongside reading, writing and numeracy. Cambridge ICT Starters introduces learners, within Cambridge Primary and Cambridge Secondary 1 stages, to the key ICT applications they need to acquire that literacy and to understand the impact to technology on our daily lives.

Classroom support for teachers and learners

A range of support resources is available for Cambridge Secondary 1 to help teachers plan and science resources are also available or Cambridge ICT Starters. Teachers can access these resources once their school becomes a registered Cambridge School



Cambridge Secondary 1 Progression Tests

Provide detailed information about the performance of each learner for stages 7, 8, and 9 of the curriculum
Enable teachers to give structured feedback to learners and parents
Enable teachers to compare the strengths and weaknesses of individuals and groups Are marked by teachers in the school
Come with clear guidance, standards and mark schemes
Can be used at any time during the year
Can be downloaded securely online

Cambridge Checkpoint

Is a test to assess learning at the end of Cambridge Secondary 1 and provide evidence of readiness for the next stage
Is available for English, Mathematics and Science, English as a second language tests are available from our sister organisation Cambridge English Language Assessment
Tests skills, knowledge and understanding for stages 7-9 of the curriculum for English, Mathematics and Science
Feedback reports show how a learner has performed in relation to the curriculum,their learning group, the whole school and a against a ll learners who have taken tests in that series
Tests are marked in Cambridge to provide an international benchmark of learner performance Learners receive a statement of achievement and a diagnostic feedback report

Cambridge Secondary 2 is typically for learners aged 14 to 16 years. It builds on the foundations of Cambridge Secondary 1, although it is not essential to have completed that stage before beginning Cambridge Secondary 2.
Cambridge Secondary 2 includes Cambridge IGCSE – the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds.

Cambridge IGCSE*

We developed the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IIGCSE) over 215 years ago. It now attracts 750000 entries every year across the world.

Curriculum

With its 70 subjects, available in any combination and including more than 30 languages, the Cambridge IGSE curriculum offers a variety of routes for learners with a wide range of abilities, including those whose first language is not English. It develops learner knowledge, understanding and skills in:

Subject Content
Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
Intellectual enquiry
Flexibility and responsiveness to change
Working and communication in English
Influencing outcomes
Cultural awareness
Cambridge Advance is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education. It builds on the foundation of the Cambridge Secondary 2 stage, although learners do not need to have completed that stage.
Cambridge Advanced includes Cambridge International AS & A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U qualifications.

Cambridge International AS & A Level
Thousands of learners use Cambridge International AS & A Level every year to gain places at leading universities worldwide. Students develop a deep understanding of subjects, as well as independent learning to and constructive thinking skills – abilities which universities value highly.

Our Curriculum
Cambridge International AS & A Level curricula are flexible. You can offer almost any combination of 55 subjects. Learners can specialise or study a range of subjects, ensuring breadth.
Cambridge International A Level is typically a two-year course, and Cambridge International AS Level is typically one year. Some subjects can be started as a Cambridge International A Level. But course helps motivate them throughout their studies. This flexibility gives you building blocks to build and individualised curriculum that develops your learners’ knowledge, understanding and skills in:
In-depth subject content
Independent thinking
Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
Handling and evaluating different types of information source
Thinking logically and presenting ordered and coherent arguments
Making judgements, recommendations and decisions
Presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications and communicating them clearly and logically
Working and communicating in English