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CAIE Curriculum

Cambridge Assessment International Education (or simply Cambridge International , formerly known as CIE - (University of) Cambridge International Examinations) is a provider of international qualifications, offering examinations and qualifications to 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries. Acknowledged for its high academic standards and its well-rounded approach to education, the curriculum provides students with transferability and the opportunity to gain access to reputable universities, worldwide. Students from Cambridge International School have been accepted to prestigious universities around the world.

A well-organized learning system, the CI Curriculum focuses on well-rounded development of students giving equal importance to academic subjects as well as extracurricular activities

Cambridge International develops learners' knowledge, understanding and skills in: In-depth subject content. It is a unique UK government endorsed program provided to thousands of schools around the world. The Cambridge Curriculum :

  • Promotes independent critical thinking and creativity
  • Encourages debate and discussion.
  • Helps young students thrive academically as well as socially.
  • Students learn through questioning and problem-solving.
  • Gives equal importance to academic subjects and extracurricular activities.
  • Is recognized by global universities.

Cambridge at Birla Open Minds

BOM introduces Cambridge with grade 5. Students in this program experience a challenging yet warm and nurturing environment that allows them to flourish into successful, well-rounded individuals, ready to face the world./p>

Through innovative styles of teaching, workshops, projects and experiments students are given the opportunity to explore aspects of the curriculum and develop a variety of practical skills. Under the guidance of their teachers, students learn aspects of management, instruction and leadership, enhancing their knowledge, confidence and skills, so that they can make more defined career choices.

At our school, we give equal importance to academics as well as extracurricular activities in order to foster holistic development of our students. Our highly qualified , trained and experienced facilitators employ best teaching practices with the aim of giving children all the tools required to make a positive impact in their lives, and the communities they live in.

Key Stage 2 Grade 3 to Grade 6

At BOMIS Hyderabad, we start from key stage 2. We have introduced CAIE from Grade 5.

Students in this program follow Key Stage 2 , which continues to build on the foundations that are established in Kindergarten and Key Stage 1.

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Ongoing assessment ensures that each child's progress and development are continuous and meet predetermined standards. We encourage students to think independently, use their initiative and to participate in a meaningful and active manner in the learning process.

English, Mathematics, Science, Computer Studies, Global perspectives and Physical Education Children learn best when they actively participate in the learning process. A selection of extra-curricular activities broadens the opportunities for students to enhance their natural abilities and to challenge themselves through development of new interest areas. Extra-curricular activities may include drama, choir, computers, art and design, a variety of sports activities and a number of school clubs. Throughout the educational experience at Cambridge International School, students are involved in learning the practical use and application of Information and Communications Technology.

Development of leadership qualities and skills is put into practical application in Key Stage 2 providing each student the opportunity to share class and school responsibilities that nurture organizational skills, co-operation, accountability and team spirit.

By the end of the grade 5 and 8, our aim is that all students will have gained a well-rounded education. They will have matured through understanding and character development, have developed articulate expression and confidence and will be well prepared for their secondary education.

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