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We have a wealth of teaching and learning materials to help you plan and deliver the Cambridge International AS & A Level programme. They suit a wide range of teaching methods and different international contexts and include:
The exam preparation materials, including mark schemes, examiner reports, previous examination papers and results statistics by grade and subject, enable you to provide valuable feedback to learners before final assessment.
Find teaching resources for Cambridge International AS & A Levels.
We offer a secure School Support Hub for Cambridge teachers. Here you will find all the materials you need to teach our syllabuses, including past question papers, mark schemes, examiner reports, lesson plans and schemes of work. You can also talk to our subject experts and other Cambridge teachers in the discussion forums.
We hold regular training workshops for Cambridge International AS & A Level syllabuses, and online training is available for teachers to learn at their own pace. Training builds the knowledge and skills needed to help learners succeed with Cambridge. Find a Cambridge International AS & A Level training course.
We also provide professional development qualifications and services for schools. They help develop teachers’ thinking and practice.
The Cambridge Personal Styles Questionnaire (CPSQ) is a non-cognitive assessment that provides insight into a student’s attitudes and behaviours. It can be used to help your students throughout their study of Cambridge AS & A Level, allowing you to implement targeted support, nurture personal development and wellbeing, and improve academic success.
Alis is an optional computer-based assessment for 16 to 19 year-olds that can help unlock your learners' full potential. It allows you to understand each individual student's strengths and learning needs so you can plan your teaching. It also predicts how each student is likely to perform at Cambridge International AS & A Level, so you can check their learning is on track.