Education at Cambridge International Foundation School
The Cambridge International Foundation School Curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the pedagogic needs of the regions our schools are based in and connecting it to international standards. Our curriculum has been developed by carrying out ongoing small-scale research projects, pilot projects and action research.
We have tried to create a flexible curricular model that can be personalized to the needs of varied learners. Our curriculum not only covers academic areas but also covers the social, cultural issues and challenges that the 21st century poses for young people. Our students are free to choose from a range of curriculums.
Affiliations & Accreditations
Cambridge International Foundation School offers CAIE and IB curriculums —
Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)
CAIE is a part of the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom and share with them a commitment to excellence in education. CAIE is recognized by the Office of Qualifications and Examination Regulations (Ofqual) the regulator of examinations in England to award qualifications. CAIE offers programs in the primary, secondary and pre-university years.
Key Characteristics —
- Internationally recognized qualifications
- Progressive and flexible programs
- Comprehensive support for schools
- Professional development training for teachers and trainers
- More than 10,000 schools are a part of the Cambridge learning community in 160 countries