Cambridge provides extensive support for its International schools
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Schemes of work for all subjects.
Clear learning objectives.
Full scope and sequence.
Ideas for lesson plans to cover each learning objective.
Resources to accompany lesson plans for all subjects.
What to teach and when.
Cambridge Primary English Framework Current Vs. New
Many schools use Cambridge Checkpoint to assess learners at the end of the primary and secundary programme.
For English as a first or second language, mathematics and science, the tests are marked in Cambridge.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Global Perspectives learners produce a team project that is assessed by teachers and externally moderated by Cambridge International. The feedback report focusses on the performance of the class and moderators decisions.
Schools use the feedback from Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint to make strategic decisions, drawing upon a pool of information and specialist reporting tools that we have built into the tests.
The learner report for each individual learner gives a:
- Cambridge Checkpoint score achieved at subject level.
- Mark achieved at strand and sub-strand/skill level.
- Statement of Achievement that shows the subjects and scores achieved.
Teaching group report
The report for each teaching group (or class) gives:
- The average Cambridge Checkpoint score achieved at subject and strand/skill level.
- A learner distribution across ranges of scores.
- A table of scores in alphabetical order by learner name with candidate number, strand scores and overall subject scores.
- A table of learner marks achieved at strand and sub-strand level.
The report at school level gives:
- The average Cambridge Checkpoint score for each subject.
- The average score for each strand/skill.
- The average scores achieved in the past five years
- An international average that shows the average score per subject/strand for all schools in the cohort.
End of series report
We also include a Principal’s Examiner report for schools, which provides qualitative information on your students. The report includes types of learner responses and areas where they performed well and common errors made on each part of the exam question.
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You will be split into smaller teams working in breakout rooms
You will have 25 minutes to answer as many questions as you can and collect ´treasure´ (answers to questions about CIE)
At the end of the 25 minutes we will come back and share our treasure with a different group
At the end of the activity, copy it and send it to the email: email@example.com
Freshwater Pirate ...
- What are the stages?
- How many subjects are there in Cambridge Primary and Cambridge Secondary?
- What are the attributes of the Cambridge Learner profile?
- What are strands?
- Do you have to teach the subject the number of hours that Cambridge mentions?
- Where does it tell you about the resources that you will need to teach the programme?
- What information is obtained from the Teacher Guides?
- What information is obtained from the Scheme of Work?
Pirates of the Caribbean...
- Where are the learning objectives?
- How can you see what students are supposed to know at each stage in their education for each subject.
- What is the difference between progression tests and Checkpoint?
- Where can I find out more information about Cambridge pedagogy (teaching and learning strategies to implement in my classroom).
- What is the difference between the curriculum framework and the scheme of work?
- Why are the progression grids useful?
- What is the difference between the new and current curriculums and how do I know which one to teach?
- What are the differences between CEM, Progression tests and Checkpoint?
- What advice is given on recording and reporting achievement?
- What kind of information can you get from the progression tests?