Cambridge Lower Secondary

The needs of the learners were taken into account while creating the curriculum.

Due to its adaptability, you can offer any combination of the various disciplines and modify the resource materials to fit your setting, culture, & ethos. By providing Cambridge Lower Secondary, we can give our learners a well-rounded education that will help them succeed in school, at work, and in life. They have 10 options for disciplines, including science, math, and English, so there are many possibilities for them to foster their academic proficiency and overall welfare.

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Cambridge Lower Secondary

Cambridge Lower Secondary Curriculum

Art & Design
Digital Literacy
English as a second language
Physical Education

Cambridge Lower Secondary
Development Sphere

Cambridge Lower secondary education typically focuses on the holistic development of students. The spheres of development in lower secondary education include:

Cognitive Development: This sphere of development focuses on improving learners’ intellectual abilities, including their critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Learners are encouraged to work in teams, share ideas and give feedback to improve their thinking and problem-solving skills.

Physical Development: Physical development focuses on improving learners’ health, fitness, and well-being, including their motor skills, coordination, and overall physical fitness. At Summer Fields International, learners are provided with a foundation to develop lifelong habits of physical activity and healthy living.

Social and Emotional Development: Social and emotional development focuses on improving learners’ social and emotional skills, including their ability to communicate effectively, form positive relationships, manage their skills, including their ability to communicate effectively, form positive relationships, manage their emotions, and develop empathy for others.

Moral and Ethical Development: This sphere of development focuses on improving learners’ understanding of ethical and moral values, including their ability to make responsible choices, show respect for others, and act with integrity.

Linguistic Development – Cambridge curriculum focuses on the development of the four main language skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Learners are encouraged to engage in activities that promote the use of their second languages, such as reading and writing exercises, role-playing, debates, and presentations.

Bridging the gap between home and school

Encouraging parental involvement through events such as parent-educator meetings and open houses can also help build strong relationships between parents and teachers. Providing homework and study resources help parents support their children’s learning at home. By working together, educators and parents provide a more supportive and engaging learning experience for students in lower secondary education.

Role of Educators -
  • Promoting learners’ intellectual and social development, encouraging them to take ownership of their learning, and guiding them toward achieving their academic goals.
  • Use a range of assessment tools and strategies to ensure that they are capturing a comprehensive picture of learners’ learning.
  • Create a safe, inclusive, and supportive learning environment that promotes positive mental health and emotional well-being.
Role of Parents -
  • Establishing a positive learning environment at home by setting expectations for their child’s academic performance.
  • By staying informed, identifying areas where their child may need additional support and provide assistance or resources to help them succeed.
  • Encouraging independence and responsibility by giving their children more autonomy and supporting their decision-making skills.