The Cambridge Primary (CP) programme from University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) develops English, Mathematics and Science skills in young children across the world. It has been fully adopted at Panyadee and gives our students excellent preparation for Secondary education.
Designed for children aged 5 – 11, CP provides learning objectives for each year of our student’s primary education. Its step-by-step programme of learning takes children from the start of primary education to completion; before they move on to Secondary education.
CP helps both teachers and parents gain a greater understanding of individual students abilities. We use the CP Progression Tests to assess students throughout the year. These tests provide information to analyse students achievements, strengths and weaknesses, and give teachers invaluable information to help guide education in the following years.
In the final year of Primary education, students at Panyadee take the CP Checkpoint tests. All students completing the tests are issued with a Primary Certificate of Achievement by University of Cambridge International Examinations.
CP is flexible and fits in well alongside the English National Curriculum. It offers us expert guidance on how to develop our curriculum and how best to prepare our teaching to maximise students learning.
Further information about this and any other of the programmes offered by CIE may be found on its website www.cie.org.uk.