Aims and goals

Cambridge School strives to ensure that our school meets the needs of students from nursery to secondary school graduation via a set of well-defined aims and goals.



·         to assess that students are able to maintain a solid understanding of their own progress throughout their time at school. By monitoring, assessing, and building on students’ acquired learning, teachers incorporate new information into a firm foundation of existing knowledge, skills, and information in all areas.


·         to empower students to take responsibility for their own learning and to engage with their studies on a personal level through the application of intellectual, physical, and creative efforts, thereby promoting self-motivated, interdependent learners.


·         to support qualified educators in producing well-planned lessons, effective varieties of teaching methodology, and a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter taught through a seamless network of devoted staff. Lessons are delivered with the use of a range of teaching styles, classroom resources, and multi-media equipment and are delivered by native and proficient English speakers alike to ensure the highest level of English instruction.


·         to ensure that a framework for assessing students’ progress is implemented in order to understand, examine, and diagnose the aptitudes of each individual student. This provides every student with the opportunity to make outstanding progress and equips him or her with the skills required to achieve academic and personal excellence.


·         to employ firm and consistent strategies for managing behaviour across the school. These encourage students to act responsibly and respectfully at all times and enable every student to study in a safe and inclusive environment.


·         to uphold the fundamental British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs. We prioritise the spiritual, moral, cultural, and social development of every student in addition to his or her academic progress.


·         to encourage students to partake in a range of challenging and creative extra-curricular activities. These are designed to ensure the development of rounded and grounded learners and confident individuals who can contribute positively within the school and to both their local and international communities.


·         to create an inclusive environment of mutual respect and understanding of different cultures and values in order to maximise the experience of living in Europe and Romania and to foster a sense of interconnectedness and community value.

Health and Safety

·         to provide a safe and physically secure environment at which both student and parent may feel confident and assured that all precautions and national and international guidelines have been followed.


·         to maintain buildings and grounds that encourage a sense of pride of place and connection to the natural world.


Through its work with students and interaction with the local community, we hope to create

·         an environment that nurtures the spiritual, moral, educational, and cultural development of every child who passes through our halls.

·         a space where education is prized and where all students are encouraged to make their own path to a brighter future.

·         a platform from which students can access the best universities, internships, and institutions of higher education around the world.

·         a drive within our students to take their achievements and successes and to pour them back into both their local and international communities.

·         a relationship that opens dialogue between our school and our local community that is both rewarding and mutually beneficial.

an institution that represents all that is worthy of a British education and employs these virtues to the betterment of our surroundings both within our halls and within our community.


"Admitting a child is the beginning, teaching is progress, promoting a student is our success"
Address :
39 Calea Dorobantilor, Bucharest, Romania
Phone & Fax :
Tel: +40 21 210 2131/8
Fax: +40 21 210 2006
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.Janet Morris, Director, International Network, said: ‘It is extremely rewarding to congratulate Cambridge learners and teachers at Cambridge School of Bucharest who have worked so hard to achieve tremendous success in Cambridge examinations. The results are a reflection of the enormous talent in Romania, not only among learners but also within the teaching profession. Learners from Cambridge School of Bucharest have a bright future ahead of them, and I wish them every success in their future.’

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