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Our academic curriculum has been based on the Cambridge framework which has its roots in the British National System of education. The primary programme known as EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) for Kindergarten stage and Primary Checkpoint for stages one to six covers the core subjects of English, Math and Science. Additionally, the school has introduced a fourth subject – French – which together with the other three subjects form the final grade. Our students develop essential skills in literacy, numeracy and scientific enquiry while covering a good knowledge base.

 

Our teachers who have been trained by both Cambridge and the publishers providing the academic books as approved by Cambridge have adopted a number of teaching methods to deliver the skills and knowledge as outlined in the framework.

 

Among these methods are: group work, teacher led learning, exercises from workbooks and worksheets, individual work, visits and field trips, games and imaginative play, practical work and information technology integrated techniques. The testing system is based on a wide range of progression tests aiming to monitor the progress of our children towards the end of the primary stage. At this point they sit of a Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Achievement test conducted and marked by the Cambridge International Examinations Board. Such tests provide the students with a benchmark on their performance in the following stage, namely Checkpoint (Years 7 and 8).

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 
 
 
 
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