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Your child has more chance of being taught by a PhD expert at Cambridge Home School than at Eton College!
The school offers a full and balanced British curriculum (including Art & Design and Music). Pupils from age 8 to 18 can study at our Primary Prep school, Lower School, Upper School (Cambridge International IGCSEs) and a Sixth Form (A Levels) to students around the world including China, Hong Kong, India and the Middle East.
With educational institutions closed in the province until June due to a province-wide lockdown, imposed due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the provincial education department has set up an online portal where students can avail essential facilities.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 25 th , 2020.
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Established more than 30 years ago, today, Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. By emphasising the student’s role in learning, Cambridge IGCSE develops students holistically.
Cambridge International Advanced Subsidiary Level (AS Level) and Cambridge International Advanced Level (A Level) are taken by 17 to 18 year olds in their last two years of high school education. The curriculum prepares them for university study by developing higher-order thinking skills and in-depth subject knowledge.
The portal brings together and provides easy access to data on children and young people at a local authority, regional and national level.
This resource is for researchers, policy makers and art and cultural organisations. It can help support evidence-based planning at a local level, paint a picture of strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for a high-quality cultural offer, or simply to gather data and evidence to support funding bids.