Cambridge Primary starts learners on an exciting educational journey. Typically for 5 to 11 year olds, it provides a strong foundation for students at the beginning of their schooling before progressing through the Cambridge Pathway in an age-appropriate way.
With a choice of ten subjects, there’s plenty to help you deliver core subjects as well as develop creativity, expression and wellbeing.
There is a range of optional assessments to help you accurately measure students’ potential and progress. with high-quality resources to help you plan and deliver the programme working with a range of publishers to produce high-quality textbooks and resources to support the core subjects.
Marshall Cavendish Maths Activity Book Cambridge International Edition Grade 1 - Marshall Cavendish Maths Activity Book 1 (Cambridge International Edition) used in conjunction Marshall Cavendish Maths Pupil's Book 1 (Cambridge International Edition) (Print & E-book bundle)
Marshall Cavendish Maths Textbook & Ebook Set Cambridge International Edition G1 - Marshall Cavendish Maths Pupil's Book 1 (Cambridge International Edition) (Print & E-book bundle) used in conjunction Marshall Cavendish Maths Activity Book 1 (Cambridge International Edition) (Contains printed book together with 12 month licence for the E-book)
Cambridge Primary English Learner’s Book with Digital Access Stage 1 - Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks Your learners will develop their English skills as they write a poem, talk about characters and events and explore information books. You'll find a wide range of international fiction, non-fiction and poetry throughout the book to help your learners develop their understanding of different genres and text types. Each unit includes activities that cover reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as opportunities to develop 21st century skills - such as collaboration and critical thinking. Units end with a project, like designing a bug hotel, to help learners communicate confidently and understand how to apply their learning to real-world scenarios.