Cambridge Curriculum is internationally recognized which was first used in the United Kingdom. Due to its significance in developing learners, educational institutions in many countries adapted it.
Future Pioneers Private School is a Cambridge International Assessment Certified. We have been implementing the Cambridge curriculum since the school opened its doors in 2012. We believe that this curriculum helps track the development of our students through its comprehensive pathway.
Our Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path for educational success from age 5 to 19. Schools can shape the curriculum around how they want students to learn – with a wide range of subjects and flexible ways to offer them.
The curriculum in each stage has aims and objectives that support students to become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. These are the attributes of Cambridge learners.
We want each student to fulfill their potential and make the most of their strengths and interests. So we offer a wide range of subjects. And we let every student choose the subjects they love and the subjects they’re best at.
|The Cambridge Pathway||Typical duration||Typical age range|
|Cambridge Primary||6 years||5-11 years|
|Students develop skills and understanding in English, maths, science and Cambridge Global Perspectives. Progression tests help teachers check their progress. Read more|
|Cambridge Lower Secondary||3 years||11–14 years|
|Students develop further their skills and understanding in English, maths, science and Cambridge Global Perspectives. Progression tests help teachers check their progress. Read more|
|Cambridge Upper Secondary||2 years||14-16 years|
|Students follow Cambridge IGCSE or Cambridge O Level courses, leading to globally recognised qualifications. They can choose from a broad range of subjects in any combination. Read more|
|Cambridge Advanced||2 years||16-19 years|
|At this stage, students develop the deep understanding and thinking skills they need for university. They work towards Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications – giving them the choice to specialise, or study from a range of 50 diverse subjects. Read more|
Five elements lie at the heart of a Cambridge education: international curriculum, teaching and learning, assessment, international recognition and global community.
We offer a wide range of subjects and give schools flexibility in how to offer them. We support schools in developing a curriculum that suits their context, culture and ethos, and that they can tailor to their students’ needs.
Teaching and learning
We provide professional development for teachers, to help them improve their performance and practice throughout their careers. We encourage teaching practices that develop the ability of students to reflect on their learning.
We design our assessments to be fair, valid, reliable and practicable. We assess what we know to be of value: deep subject knowledge, conceptual understanding, and higher level thinking skills. Our flexible assessment structure maximizes time for teaching and learning.
Our qualifications are widely recognized by universities and employers. Cambridge students can be confident that their qualifications will be understood and valued throughout their education and career, in their home country and internationally.
Cambridge schools belong to a worldwide education community. We support professional learning communities which connect teachers around the world so that can share views, information and resources, and learn from one another.
Books Used by Learners which are Cambridge Certified
Cambridge Global English for Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language
|1 to 6||
Cambridge Global English engages children as active, creative learners with a wide variety of activities designed to help them acquire content knowledge, develop critical thinking skills and practice English language and literacy.
Cambridge Global English for Cambridge Secondary English as a Second Language
|7 to 9||
Cambridge Global English is an eight-stage course for learners of English as a Second Language (ESL). The eight stages range from the beginning of primary (Stages 1-6) to the end of the first two years of junior secondary (Stages 7-8). It presents realistic listening, speaking, reading and writing tasks, as well as end-of-unit projects similar to those students might encounter in the context of a firs-language school. After every other unit, there is a literature spread, featuring authentic prose, poetry, plays and songs from a variety of sources. Read more
|1 to 4||Oxford International Primary Math is a complete six year primary math course that takes a problem solving approach to learning math, engaging students in the topics through asking questions that make them think, and activities that encourage them to explore and practice.|
|5 to 6||
The Cambridge Primary Mathematics series is informed by up-to-date teaching philosophies from around the world. It supports teachers to help all learners become confident and successful mathematicians through an engaging scheme. Read more
Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics
|7 to 9||This brightly illustrated course offers a comprehensive and integrated introduction to all the topics covered in the curriculum framework. It features worked examples to show students how to tackle different problems, and plenty of exercise questions are provided to help students consolidate their knowledge. Read more|
|1 to 6||
The Cambridge Primary Science series is a flexible, enquiry-based course supporting learners and teachers following the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework. Read more
|7 to 9||This engaging course supports teaching of the Cambridge Lower Secondary Science curriculum framework both theoretically and practically, with full coverage of the Scientific Enquiry framework integrated throughout the series. Read more|