The Cambridge programme at Anan sets global standards for education, one that is recognized by universities and employers worldwide. The curriculum is flexible, challenging and inspiring; culturally sensitive, yet international in approach.
Excellent teaching – including the development of the learner attributes – is the single most significant factor impacting on learners’ academic performance and personal growth. Teaching strategies promoted by CAIE normally include carefully-designed individual learning activities, group work and whole-class instruction. The key element is the quality of learner engagement and the opportunities provided for feedback between the learner and teacher.
Cambridge programmes and qualifications are taught to almost a million learners, in over 10,000 schools, across 160 countries. Cambridge teachers are also connected. Through professional learning communities – both online and face to face – teachers share views, information and resources, thereby learning from each other.
Cambridge qualifications are globally recognised, accepted by over 2100 universities, and employers at home and around the world. A Cambridge qualification comes with an impressive reputation, and will retain its value for a lifetime of education and employment.
Cambridge offers a wide choice of subjects across different domains. There are over 70 subjects that a student can choose from for IGCSE and 55 plus for A Levels.
Cambridge has a robust training programme for teachers that guarantees a lifetime of success in the classroom. Driven by the belief that better teaching leads to better outcomes for learners, CAIE works closely with teachers to provide a comprehensive range of industry-leading qualifications, professional development and resources.