Greater global perspective in developing a sense of meaning and relevance to the children
The Primary Cambridge International Curriculum developes skills and understanding in Mathematics, English, Science and ICT. Children are taught in small class sizes of up to a maximum of 24. This teacher-student ratio enables the teacher to embrace the student-centred approach in teaching. The Science lessons are taught with adequate experiments in the Science Laboratories, with the aid of smart boards.
Horizon Cambridge Primary
Key Stage 1: Year 1 to 2 (Ages 5-6)
By the end of Year Two, it is expected that all students have applicable English. Mathematics, Science and Social Skills. They will have developed an enthusiasm for learning, will be able to read and write and use simple mathematics at a level appropriate for their age or beyond.
Key Stage 2: Year 3 to 6 (Ages 7-11)
Students are provided with on-going assessment to ensure that each student’s progress and development meet the standards. Children completing Year Six have the opportunity to sit the International Cambridge Primary Checkpoint examinations within all four key subject areas. By the end of Year Six, the learners will have developed their academic knowledge by developing articulate expression, organizational skills, co-operation, accountability, team spirit and confidence through extra-curricular activities such as sports, clubs and educational trips.
Our Key Subjects are:
- Global Perspectives
- ICT (Information & Communications Technology).
- Dance and Drama.
- Physical Education (Sports)
- Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE).
- Art and Design.
- Intelligent Mind.