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The Cambridge Pathway
The Cambridge Pathway

The Cambridge Pathway is for students aged 5 to 19. Cambridge Pathway students have the chance to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to achieve at school, university and beyond.

The Cambridge Pathway
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The four stages lead seamlessly from primary to secondary and pre-university years. Each stage – Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Lower Secondary, Cambridge Upper Secondary and Cambridge Advanced – builds on the learners’ development from the previous one but can also be offered separately.

Cambridge Primary (Y1-Y5)
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Cambridge Primary (Y1-Y5)

Cambridge Primary starts learners (5 to 11 years old) on an exciting educational journey. It provides a strong foundation for students at the beginning of their schooling before progressing through the Cambridge Pathway in an age-appropriate way.

With a choice of ten subjects, there is plenty to help you deliver core subjects as well as develop creativity, expression, and wellbeing.

Cambridge Lower Secondary (Y6-Y8)
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Cambridge Lower Secondary (Y6-Y8)

Cambridge Lower Secondary is typically for learners aged 11 to 14 years. A broad and balanced education will benefit teenagers and help them to thrive throughout their schooling, work, and life.

Year 6 and Year 8 will take the Cambridge Checkpoint Exam. These external tests provide data how learners are performing against an international benchmark, and in comparison, to the rest of their class.

Cambridge Upper Secondary (Y9-Y10)
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Cambridge Upper Secondary (Y9-Y10)

Cambridge Upper Secondary or commonly known as Cambridge IGCSE is a program for Year 9 and Year 10. Learners take the internationally recognized Cambridge IGCSE Exam at the end of Year 10.

Some universities will accept IGCSE certificates to meet the entry requirements, but most will require applicants to have studied further by completing A Levels in addition to IGCSE.

Cambridge Advanced (Y11-Y12)
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Cambridge Advanced (Y11-Y12)

Cambridge Advanced or commonly known as Cambridge AS & A Level is a program for Year 11 and Year 12 to prepare for university and higher education. Learners take internationally recognized Cambridge AS & A Level Exam at the end of Year 12.

Some universities will accept IGCSE certificates to meet the entry requirements, but most will require applicants to have studied further by completing A Levels in addition to IGCSE.