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Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) Maths

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by Oscar63, May 24, 2019.

  1. Oscar63

    Oscar63 New commenter


    If anyone uses this at their school, could they please drop me an message, or write their opinions on it in this page?

    I am a maths coord in Germany (int school)
  2. james_1979

    james_1979 New commenter

    Get your hands on a checkpoint exam and work backwards from there. If your school is legit they will have access to their curriculum and checkpoint support. If none of this is making sense to you or noone from your school can help then... I wish all the students and their fee paying parents all the best in the world.
  3. Caity52

    Caity52 New commenter

    It is very similar to the English national curriculum (almost identical in fact) so look at that if you are wondering about the content.
    Lara mfl 05 likes this.
  4. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    I do not know much about the Cambridge Maths, but I marked our Grade 4 (Year 6) English mocks. They were very similar to the Year 6s SATs papers, as Caity52 has already noted. My impression is that these Cambridge tests try to be a bit more "international" and less "Anglocentric".

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