Cambridge Primary is an international education programme, typically for young learners aged 5 to 11 years and is used in primary schools around the world. The curriculum places great emphasis on inquiry and application-based learning and allows for the practice of interdisciplinary and theme-based approaches to teaching, helping students learn collaboratively and develop broader perspectives.
It develops young learners who are confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged
At Legacy School, our primary grades are a lively and vibrant place, filled with the buzz of children who are brimming with the enthusiasm to learn. For pre-school children, who are taking their first exciting steps into the primary school, we continue to provide a safe, caring, friendly, nurturing and stimulating environment that allows children to blossom. Walk into any classroom and you will find happy children who are fascinated with what they are learning.
Our passionate educators nurture the innate curiosity in each child and encourage them to explore, discover, question and reason with respect. We encourage students to remain inquisitive and become independent thinkers.
Our curriculum and approach to teaching and learning enables children to advance their prior knowledge and provides a platform to develop the essential skills of inquiry, creative thinking, collaboration and problem-solving.
There is a Cambridge Primary curriculum framework for each subject – English, mathematics, and science – providing a clear teaching structure.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint is a diagnostic testing service that helps our learners by giving comprehensive feedback on their strengths and weaknesses in each subject area.
We conduct Cambridge Primary Checkpoint tests at the end of Grade 5 which is the end of Cambridge Primary. The tests are marked in Cambridge and each learner receives a statement of achievement and a diagnostic report.