The Cambridge Curriculum is a popular international curriculum used by schools around the world. It is designed by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) and is aimed at students aged 5-19 years old.
The curriculum is divided into different stages:
Each stage builds on the previous one and is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for their future studies and careers.
The curriculum covers a wide range of subjects, including English, mathematics, science, history, geography, languages, arts, and physical education. It places a strong emphasis on developing critical thinking, problem-solving, and independent learning skills.
Assessment is a crucial part of the Cambridge Curriculum, and students are assessed through a combination of written exams and coursework. The exams are held thrice year, in May/June, March (preferable for Indian students) and October/November.
One of the benefits of the Cambridge Curriculum is its flexibility. Schools can choose which subjects to offer, and students can choose the level of difficulty they want to study each subject at. Additionally, the curriculum is recognized by universities around the world, which makes it easier for students to apply for higher education programs.