- Category: Cambridge
- Published: Wednesday, 19 August 2015 14:55
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The Cambridge framework is the vehicle used to provide curricular for the core subjects of Math, English and Science. The foundation subjects are based upon the National Curriculum of England, they include Art and design, Geography, History, Computing, Music Citizenship and PSHE.
French and Kiswahili (foreign languages) are taught from reception class this is to give the children a firm basis of the languages from an early age.
The Cambridge and the National Curriculum Programme provide statements of content, knowledge, skills, understanding and attainment of target levels for all the subjects taught at the Cambridge Section, there is a huge range of resources to make this a reality and to assist the teachers. We strongly recognize that each child is an individual and thus we strive to personalize learning.
Our thorough preparation of pupils right from reception class to Year 6 has seen the Cambridge Section produce pupils who have excelled well in the checkpoint exam a glimpse of the performance is in 2013 our top pupil scored 16 out 18 and in the following year 2014 the top pupil had 15.4 this is a testament of how adequately we prepare our students for the check point exam.