Cambridge Primary curriculum is typically for learners aged 5-11 and is divided into three main sections: English; Mathematics and Science, with an additional fourth option of English as a Foreign Language. All have a delineated framework, designed to provide a clear teaching and learning structure, while maintaining flexibility in teaching methods. Cambridge Primary aims to challenge students and to encourage consideration of how the various components of their learning fit together holistically. There are multiple teaching support resources, including free online introductions to Cambridge Primary, teacher guides including sample lesson plans and teaching strategies, and Cambridge-endorsed resource lists. No part of the Cambridge Primary programme is compulsory, meaning it can be used as a companion to a national curriculum or taught as a whole in its own right. Cambridge Primary 1 Checkpoint is a series of tests taken in the final year of primary study, available bi-annually and exclusively to schools offering Cambridge Primary.
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