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We Offer World-Class Cambridge Curriculum

Intellectual Schools has been approved by Cambridge Assessment International Education to offer its world-leading Cambridge program.

The Cambridge program for students aged 5 to 19 is made up of four stages – Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Lower Secondary, Cambridge Upper Secondary, and Cambridge Advanced – giving students a clear path for educational success. Each stage combines a world-class curriculum, high-quality support for teachers and integrated assessment. Cambridge Upper Secondary leads to Cambridge IGCSE, the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds.

Cambridge Advanced prepares students for university and higher education and leads to Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications.  Every year, nearly a million students from 10 000 schools in 160 countries prepare for their future with Cambridge program and qualifications. Success with Cambridge often gives students admission to the world’s best universities – in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Germany and beyond.

Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Cambridge Assessment International Education, said: “We are delighted to announce that the Intellectual School has joined our global community of Cambridge schools and we look forward to a long and productive relationship with them.”

These two fantastic events are always a highlight of our festive calendar. Our students performed brilliantly and we hope the audiences enjoyed the recitals, as well as our festive efforts!

Ms. Emilia Kingsley, Head of Music

DUCK week at Lower School!

The multi-group recital included jolly renditions from the Lower School and Middle School choirs, the Gong Gang, Marimbas, Ukestra, and the Jazz Couriers. Our wonderful Lower School students were recently visited by three charity representatives after they raised over £1,500 for charitable causes. As part of their annual DUCK week (Developing, Understanding, Caring and Kindness), each year group decided on a different fundraising method, organising activities from discos and games, to face painting and volunteering.

SPARKS, a children’s medical research charity; and the Donald Sutherland Wildlife Foundation as their chosen charities. Following the students’ fundraising, representatives from each charity attended a specially planned assembly to talk about their charities and how the funds raised would help support their causes.

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