Cambridge International – Primary
At Gen Alpha Education , we offer the following courses of British Curriculum from Grade 1 to Grade 8. The following are the Subjects offered from Grade 1 to Grade 5:
- Art and Design
- Digital Literacy
- English as a Second Language
- Global Perspectives
By offering Cambridge Primary, Gen Alpha Education shapes the learners, helping them to thrive throughout their schooling, work and life. With ten subjects to choose from, including English, mathematics and science, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to develop creativity, expression and wellbeing in a variety of ways.
The curriculum is flexible and students can choose subjects that will be offered in any combination and adapted to suit your context, culture and school ethos.
Cambridge Primary Art & Design (0067)
Art & Design gives learners a platform to express themselves, sparking imagination, creativity and developing transferable skills. Students explore and push boundaries to become reflective, critical and decisive thinkers. They learn how to articulate personal responses to their experiences.
Cambridge Primary Computing (0059)
The New Computing curriculum helps learners understand how computers work. This stimulating course gives students the opportunity to look inside a computer to understand the purpose of different components. They will develop coding skills on visual programming languages, such as Scratch, and learn that computers can only perform actions that humans ask them to do.
Cambridge Primary Digital Literacy (0072)
Digital literacy is an essential skill for learners of all ages, including the youngest primary students. The digital world allows us to connect, collaborate, innovate and discover new information on an ever broadening scale, and learners must be able to effectively use technology from the very beginning of their educational journey.
Cambridge Primary English (0844/0058)
This curriculum is for learners who have English as a first language, and can be used in any cultural context. For learners who speak a language other than English at home.
Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language (0837/0057)
The new English as a Second Language curriculum empowers even the youngest learners to communicate confidently and effectively. It helps them to develop the skills needed to respond to a range of information, media and texts. The programme promotes active learning, develops thinking skills and encourages intellectual engagement.
This subject is for learners who speak a language other than English at home there is no expectation that they will have prior experience of English before starting this course. We have based the curriculum on the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), used across the world to map learners’ progress in English.
Cambridge Primary Global Perspectives (0838)
Cambridge Global Perspectives for learners aged 5 to 11 years as part of our primary programme. The programme is now available to teach. The course delivers appropriate progression, assessment of skills and to make sure it is easy for our many diverse schools around the world to incorporate into their existing curriculum.
Cambridge ICT Starters (8984)
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is now part of the educational experience worldwide and regarded as a new ‘literacy’ alongside reading, writing and numeracy.
Cambridge ICT Starters is a series of modules which assess candidates on their ability to use a range of computer software to communicate, handle information, model and program solutions. It is suitable for candidates of any age and is typically used for learners aged 5 to 14 years.
Cambridge Primary Mathematics (0845/0096)
Maths helps us to think analytically and have better reasoning abilities. Our primary mathematics curriculum encourages lifelong enthusiasm for analytical and rational thinking.
Cambridge Primary Science (0846/0097)
Our exciting new primary science curriculum helps learners develop a lifelong curiosity about the natural world and enables them to seek scientific explanations to the phenomena around them.
Cambridge Primary Music (0068)
Music fosters creativity and builds confidence. It helps learners to express themselves and shows them the importance of communication as they learn to connect with other musicians and with audiences.
Cambridge Primary Music learners:
- Cultivate a joy of music through participating in meaningful and enjoyable experiences.
- Develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to contribute as musicians.
- Collaborate with others in purposeful and expressive ways through singing and playing instruments.
- Nurture their individual and collective creativity.
- Use their growing knowledge to explore and generate music that is unique, relevant and valuable.
At Gen Alpha, We offer
- Live Online Classes 3-4 hrs. per day
- Classes from Monday to Friday
- 20 Students per class
- Personalised Attention
- Doubt Clearing Sessions by our experts
- Project Based Learning
- Various Activity Clubs on Saturday
- Guidance for Students every month