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The British National Curriculum was introduced into England, Wales and Northern Ireland as a nationwide curriculum for Foundation , primary and secondary state schools .

The purpose of the National Curriculum was to ensure that certain basic material was covered by all pupils. In subsequent years the curriculum grew to fill the entire teaching time of most state schools.

The National Curriculum is made up of Key Stages. Starts at Foundation stage - Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) age 3-5 to KS1 (primary) at age 5-11 and on forward until KS4 (IGCSE) end at age 14-16.

  

Foundation stage

Age 3-5

Key stage 1

Age 5-7

Key stage 2

Age 7-11

Key stage 3

Age 11-14

Key stage 4

Age 14-16

 

مراحل السلم التعليمى البريطانى

العمر

المرحلة

السنة الدراسية

 

3-4

Foundationالاساس

ما قبل المدرسة

 

4-5

Foundationالاساس

تمهيدى

 

5-6

Key Stage 1المستوى المفتاحى الاول

السنة الاولى

 

6-7

Key Stage 1المستوى المفتاحى الاول

السنة الثانية

 

7-8

Key Stage 2 المستوى المفتاحى الثانى

السنة الثالثة

 

8-9

Key Stage 2 المستوى المفتاحى الثانى

السنة الرابعة

 

9-10

Key Stage 2 المستوى المفتاحى الثانى

السنة الخامسة

 

10-11

Key Stage 2 المستوى المفتاحى الثانى

السنة السادسة

 

11-12

Key Stage 3 المستوى المفتاحى الثالث

السنة السابعة

 

12-13

Key Stage 3 المستوى المفتاحى الثالث

السنة الثامنة

 

13-14

Key Stage 3 المستوى المفتاحى الثالث

السنة التاسعة

 

14-15

المستوى لمفتاحى الرابعKey Stage 4

 

السنة العاشرة

 

 

Cambridge International Examinations Prospectus 2014-2015

Cambridge International Examinations Programs

 

Primary Years

International Assessments at the end of the year

Primary 1

 

Primary 2

 

Primary 3

Cambridge International Primary Progression Test 3

Primary 4

Cambridge International Primary Progression Test 4

Primary 5

Cambridge International Primary Progression Test 5

Primary 6

Cambridge International Primary Progression Test 6

Cambridge Primary Check Point Test

Secondary Years

International Assessments at the end of the year

Lower Secondary 1

Cambridge International Lower Secondary Progression Test 1

Lower Secondary 2

Cambridge International Lower Secondary Progression Test 2

Lower Secondary 3

Cambridge International Lower Secondary Progression Test 3

Cambridge Check Point

 Secondary 1

IGCSE-1

Secondary 2

IGCSE-2

Secondary 3

IGCSE-3

Cambridge IGCSE Examinations (GCE ‘O’ Levels)

Upper Secondary 1

AS

Upper Secondary 2

A

Cambridge International A Level Examinations


Cambridge programmes and qualifications for 5–19 year olds are divided up into four stages: Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary 1, Cambridge Secondary 2 and Cambridge Advanced. Schools can offer Cambridge from 5–19, or choose a stage for the age or level of learners. Each stage builds on learners' development in the previous stage.

Curriculum is at the heart of the learning experience a school offers its learners, and at the heart of the mission and vision of the school. Cambridge curricula develop learners' understanding, knowledge and skills.

  • Curriculum and syllabus

    With the approval of Cambridge International Examinations Cambridge International Schools offers the Cambridge International Primary Programme and the Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme to its learners.¬  The Cambridge International Primary Program¬ assists learners to develop strong and well-rooted skills in Languages, Sciences and Mathematics which are the founding pillars for children to perform extremely well in their secondary and advanced years of education. The CIE qualifications, taken in over 150 countries worldwide are recognized and respected by Universities, educational institutions and employers.

  • The Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP)

     

    The Cambridge International Primary Programme provides a curriculum framework to develop Mathematics, English and Science skills and knowledge in young children. The Cambridge Primary curriculum framework identifies a comprehensive set of learning objectives for English, Mathematics and Science for each year of primary education, which:

    provide a natural progression through the years of primary education
    provide a valuable structure that focuses on what children should be able to do at each of the primary stages.

    Cambridge Primary provides guidance for curriculum development and classroom teaching and learning. It enables teachers to assess children's learning as they progress with two optional assessments: Cambridge Primary progression tests and Cambridge Primary Achievement Tests.

    Primary Programme Progression Tests are used that can assess students at the end of each year. These tests provide information to analyse student's achievements, strengths and weaknesses, and give teachers invaluable information to help guide your child in the following year. In the final year of primary education, students can take the Cambridge International Primary Achievement Test. All students completing the tests will be issued with a Primary Certificate of Achievement by Cambridge International Examinations .

    Appropriate and relevant internationally, Cambridge Primary has been designed to be culturally sensitive. It includes top-quality teaching and assessment resources appropriate for teaching and learning in every country. The Primary Programme is an excellent framework for learning in the primary years and provides a solid foundation for your child's future. Its step-by-step programme of learning takes children from the start of primary education to completion, before they move on to secondary education.
     

  • The Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme

    The Cambridge Lower Secondary curriculum framework identifies a set of learning objectives for English, Mathematics and Science for each year of lower secondary education. It forms the core of the Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme and:

    provides natural progression from primary education through the three years of lower secondary education.
    provides a structure that focuses on what learners should be able to do at the end of each stage.
    covers all learning objectives assessed in Cambridge Checkpoint¬ tests for the final year of lower secondary which are externally
    moderated by CIE.
    provides excellent preparation for candidates progressing to the Cambridge IGCSE courses. 8.Computer Science

 

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