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Download any of these presentations to explain the features of the Cambridge Pathway to parents.
Find out how we help students around the world become confident, reflective, responsible, innovative and engaged.
Why Cambridge - an introduction for parents
Our Cambridge Pathway helps students discover new abilities and a wider world, and gives them the transferable skills they need for life, so they can achieve at school, university and work. Use this presentation at open days and parents’ evenings.
Cambridge programmes and qualifications – An introduction for parents
Cambridge Primary is typically for learners aged 5 to 11 years. It is taken in over 110 countries and over 1300 around the world teach it. Suitable for use at open days and parents’ evenings, this presentation will help schools explain the features of Cambridge Primary to parents.
Cambridge Primary – an introduction for parents
Cambridge Lower Secondary is typically for learners aged 11 to 14 years and is taught in nearly 2 300 schools around the world. Use this presentation to explain the features of the programme to parents at open days and parents' evenings.
Cambridge Lower Secondary – an introduction for parents
Cambridge Upper Secondary is typically for 14 to 16 year olds. It includes Cambridge IGCSE, the world’s most popular international qualification for this age group with over 900 000 subject entries every year. This presentation can be used at open days and parents' evenings.
Cambridge Upper Secondary – an introduction for parents
This competition gives students typically aged 14 to 16 years the opportunity to develop and demonstrate their passion for science through practical work, investigating topics of interest and using the scientific method. Use this presentation to explain how the competition works to students and parents.
Cambridge Upper Secondary Science Competition – an overview for students and parents
Cambridge Advanced is typically for 16 to 19 years old. This presentation will help Cambridge schools explain the features of the different qualifications to parents, including Cambridge International AS & A Level which is taken in over 130 countries every year.
Cambridge Advanced – an introduction for parents