Cambridge Lower Secondary (Grade 7 & 8) offers a clear path for educational success from age 11 to 14 years old. It offers a broad understanding of core subjects – English, Mathematics, Science, and Computers.
It provides an excellent foundation for IGCSE / O Levels and AS/A Levels.
Cambridge Lower Secondary English (Curriculum Outline)
- Develop broad reading skills.
- Demonstrate understanding of explicit meaning in texts.
- Demonstrate understanding of implicit meaning in texts.
- Explain, comment on and analyse the way writers use stylistic and other features of language and structure in texts.
- Recognise conventions and evaluate viewpoints, purpose, themes, and ideas in texts.
- Develop broad writing skills.
- Select and develop content and use register and language appropriate to genre, purpose, and audience.
- Structure and organise ideas coherently using sections or paragraphs.
- Use a range of sentence structures and punctuation accurately to convey meaning and create particular effects.
- Use accurate spelling
Speaking & Listening
- Helps learners to communicate confidently and effectively
- Develop critical skills in order to respond to a range of information
- Designed to be successful in any culture
- To promote cross-cultural understanding
Cambridge Lower Secondary Mathematics (Curriculum Outline)
- Integers, powers and roots.
- Place value, ordering and rounding.
- Fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion.
- Expressions, equations and formulae.
- Sequences, functions and graphs.
- Shapes and geometric reasoning.
- Position and movement.
- Length, mass and capacity.
- Times and rates of change.
- Area, perimeter and volume
- Planning and collecting data.
- Processing and presenting data.
- Interpreting and discussing results.
- Using techniques and skills in solving mathematical problems.
- Using understanding and strategies in solving problems.
Cambridge Lower Secondary Science (Curriculum Outline)
- Ideas and evidence.
- Plan investigative work.
- Obtain and present evidence.
- Consider the evidence and approach.
- Humans as organisms.
- Cells and organisms.
- Living things in their environment.
- Variation and classification.
- States of matter.
- Material properties.
- Material changes.
- The Earth.
- Forces and motion.
- The Earth and beyond.