Middle school

 Our middle school provides a stepping-stone between pupils' early skill sets and the advanced study they will complete in high school. Pupils at this stage are encouraged to develop their understanding of a range of studies in greater detail while also deepening their independence, resilience, and personal investment in these fields.

A diverse offering of subjects allows pupils to develop a broad set of skills and knowledge as well as to equip them with a passion for learning before they take a more active role in their choice of subjects in high school. In order to prepare our middle schoolers for more in-depth study in the high school, subjects such as Algebra, Geometry, Geography, History, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and German (optional) are introduced at this stage.

In the middle school, Cambridge School also keeps an eye toward future CIE qualifications. In grade 6 (age 11-12) pupils study for the Cambridge International Primary Program (CIPP), an international educational programme for young learners in the core subjects of English, Maths, and Science. Following this, middle school students study for the Cambridge Checkpoint Exams (Grade 8), which provides valuable feedback on learners' strengths and areas in need of improvement in the previously studied CIPP subjects before they progress to their high school qualifications. The Checkpoint framework covers the early and middle years of education and ends with diagnostic tests in Mathematics, English, and Science that indicate a student's readiness to begin IGCSE courses.


"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
Email : office@cambridgeschool.ro

.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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