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We’re always developing new support materials to help teachers deliver Cambridge programmes successfully in the classroom. Here are some of the latest resources on the School Support Hub, our secure online site for teachers at Cambridge schools. You can find them in the 'Teaching and learning' section of the relevant syllabus page.
If you have never had an account for the School Support Hub, speak to the School Support Coordinator at your school, and they will help set one up for you.
Example Candidate Responses booklets use examples of candidates’ work to show how different levels of performance (high, middle and low) relate to the subject’s curriculum and assessment objectives. Each candidate response comes with examiner comments that explain where and why marks were awarded.
New Example Candidate Responses:
Schemes of work are medium-term teaching plans that provide ideas about how to construct and deliver your Cambridge course. The syllabus is broken down into teaching units with suggested teaching activities and learning resources to use in the classroom.
New Schemes of Work:
Specimen Paper Answers aim to exemplify standards and include examples of very good answers to questions in specimen papers, providing teachers with guidance on what is expected in the exam.
New Specimen Paper Answers:
*Each video shows how the examiner should conduct the examination and gives helpful tips on what to do if the candidate cannot understand a question, when to repeat a question and how many extra questions examiners can ask. Useful comments are included in the videos about each candidate’s performance to show where the candidates do well and gain marks.