The program is designed for students who plan to study at A-Level, but do not have sufficient English or have not achieved a convincing level of subject knowledge. Preparation for the Pre: Program is also geared towards learning the materials required to obtain a GCSE certificate of secondary education. Preparatory program Pre: Program reveals the inclinations and talents of children, discovers possible areas for their professional development. Also the Pre: Program allows filling in the gaps in the knowledge of the GCSE disciplines.
When entering the Pre: Program program, students do not need to know their future specialty. Teachers in the course of studying the courses will "adjust" the program for a particular student and take into account his abilities. You can choose a pre-university program during your studies.
In one year, adolescents must undergo five subjects: a biological course, mathematics, basic physics, English, a chemical course. This is a mandatory list. Selectively you can take the study of such disciplines: doing business, photography, art and design, media research. CATS College Cambridge pays a lot of attention to foreign languages. In addition to in-depth English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, German and Spanish are taught.
At CATS College Cambridge, teenagers from 15 years of age may be eligible for training, subject to payment for the trimester of 9,450 pounds sterling. One academic year provides for three terms.
Beginning: September, January, April
Cambridge International School was founded in 2006 and today hosts children aged 3 to 18 years for effective, intensive training programs. In total 350 students study in the institution: the school is proud of its multiculturalism and internationality - after all, students come here from 32 countries, speak 27 languages, and the composition of teachers also includes representatives of different nationalities and states. The main goal of Cambridge International School is to provide comfortable opportunities for effective, quality education in conditions of mutual respect and tolerance.
Curricula for students are formed quite extensive, diverse, including a large number of subjects and disciplines. Such an approach makes it possible not only to give the main foundation of knowledge, but also to form a stable craving for learning, a love for new knowledge, and make it more open. Here they aspire not only to put in the necessary academic knowledge - children are taught to be more independent, attentive, hardworking and diligent, educate them as self-confident strong personalities, while being kind to others and responsible for their actions.
The foundations of a modern educational institution were laid back in 1976, when Jill Sturdy founded a very small (2 classes for 11 people) school with a warm and homely atmosphere. After many years, the directors expanded the opportunities for teaching children by building the Holme Court School in Berdfordshire, where children with learning disabilities, such as those with dyslexia, could learn. Holme Court School is still considered a "sister", a friendly institution with the modern Cambridge International School: the latter was opened in 2006 by the forces of the founder's children. So far, the basic principles and postulates laid down by Gil Stardi are still here: small classrooms, the most friendly and benevolent atmosphere, the upbringing of independence and independence in children. This is the first and only non-selective international school in the vicinity of Cambridge. In 2015, the institution joined the International Schools Partnership program and began participating in student exchange programs.