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Cambridge curriculum offers routes learners can follow from post Primary Stage through to University entrance. Cambridge progression with typical age groups are as follows.

  1. Cambridge Primary                - 5-11 year olds
  2. Cambridge Secondary 1        - 11-14 year olds
  3. Cambridge Secondary 2        - 14-16 year olds
  4. Cambridge Advanced             - 16-19 year olds

Cambridge Primary gives schools a curriculum framework to develop English, Mathematics and Science skills, knowledge and understanding in younger learners and provides guidance for curriculum development and classroom teaching and learning enabling teachers to assess children’s learning. It is a foundation for secondary education providing high quality teaching and assessment, resources appropriate for teaching in international schools, flexibility for schools to choose the parts that best suit their local situation and use the curriculum to complement other curricula.


Cambridge Secondary 1 provides a seamless progression from Cambridge Primary to develop learners’ skills and confidence in English, Mathematics and Science and offers a curriculum framework for educational success for learners, typically 11-14 year olds. Cambridge Secondary 1 incorporates internationally benchmarked tests. Schools can use Cambridge Secondary 1 with other curricula, so teachers can use the materials to suit their own situation. Teachers can continue to follow a local curriculum to meet the statutory requirements of their national system and at the same time, use the progression tests to enhance their teaching and reporting. It also provides excellent preparation for learners embarking on Cambridge Secondary 2: both Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge O/Level Courses.


Cambridge Secondary 2 is a popular curriculum for 14-16 year olds leading to globally recognised Cambridge IGCSE and O/Level qualifications which provide excellent preparation for Cambridge Advanced Stage including Cambridge International AS and A/Levels and incorporate the best in international education for learners at this level. Cambridge IGCSE encourages learner-centred and inquiry-based approaches to learning. Schools can offer any combination of a very wide range of subjects. Cambridge IGCSE develops learner knowledge, understanding and skills in:

  • Subject content
  • Applying knowledge and understanding to both familiar and new situations
  • Intellectual inquiry
  • Flexibility and responsiveness to change
  • Working and communicating in English
  • Influencing outcomes
  • Cultural awareness

Assessment for Cambridge IGCSE includes written and oral tests, coursework and practical assessment. Schools have the option of assessing learners using only external examinations or combining examinations with course work. Course work is set and marked by the teachers and externally moderated by Cambridge.

Cambridge International AS and A/Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifications providing excellent preparation for University education. They are part of the Cambridge Advanced Stage. These qualifications are widely recognised and valued by universities and employers alike.

Schools can offer any combination of subjects available. Cambridge International AS Levels, which is a qualification in its own right or as a stage on the way to Cambridge International A/Levels, have half the content or the corresponding Cambridge International A/Levels, may be completed in one year. Learners can study Cambridge International AS Level alongside other subjects to increase breadth in the curriculum and build further knowledge and understanding to other subjects they are studying at Cambridge International A/Levels. Learners have the freedom to select the subjects that are right for them.

Learners can take all papers of the Cambridge International A/Level course in the same examination session at the end of the second year or take the Cambridge International AS Level in one examination at the end of one examination session and complete the final Cambridge International A/Levels at a subsequent session. Taking Cambridge International AS Level examination part-way through the International A/Level course provides a feedback that learners can use to set learning goals for the second half of the course.

Cambridge International AS and A/Level examination sessions occur twice a year in June and November each year.

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