|The Cambridge International Primary Programme from University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) develops English, Mathematics and Science skills in young children across the world. It gives your child excellent preparation for secondary education.
Designed for children aged 5 – 11, the Primary Programme provides learning objectives for each year of your child’s
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 International Primary Programme helps schools, teachers and parents gain a greater understanding of their children’s abilities. Schools that use the Primary Programme Progression Tests can
assess students at the end of each year. These tests provide information to analyse students’ 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 University of Cambridge International Examinations.
The Primary Programme is flexible. It can be taken alongside a national curriculum or on its own. It offers schools expert guidance on how to develop their curriculum and how best
to prepare their teaching and students’ learning.
The Cambridge International Primary Programme comes from one of the world’s leading assessment organisations. The Primary Programme is an excellent framework for learning in the primary years and provides a
solid foundation for your child’s future.
University of Cambridge
International Examinations (CIE)
qualifications are taken in over
150 different countries and are
recognised by universities,
education providers and
employers across the globe. CIE
offers a wide range of academic
and professional qualifications for
people of all ages and abilities.
CIE qualifications provide a route
students can follow from the
post-kindergarten stage to
university entrance. CIE provides
world-class support for teachers
through publications, online
resources, training workshops
and professional development.
For further information, please contact
University of Cambridge International
1 Hills Road
Tel: +44 1223 553554
Fax: +44 1223 553558
ACESA representative co-ordinating the Primary program focus in South Africa:
Mr Sam Hamman
Head of Academic Studies
St Charles College Preparatory School