Cambridge Primary

Cambridge Primary

Designed for 5 – 11 year-olds, Cambridge Primary will be divided into two stages (KS1, 1-2 years and KS2, 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 years). CP is structured through curriculum frameworks in 10 subjects including English, English as a second language, mathematics, science, and Cambridge Global Perspectives. Each framework is divided into six stages, normally taught over one year each, but they can be covered over shorter or longer time periods depending on the school’s circumstances. No subject in the Cambridge Primary programm is compulsory.
The curriculum frameworks are structured by the key ‘strands’ of learning in each subject.

Five elements lie at the heart of a Cambridge education: international curriculum, teaching and learning, assessment, international recognition and global community.

Cambridge Official Sylabus

Cambridge Primary English is intended for first-language learners who have well-developed oral language skills before they begin school. Therefore, learners are expected to produce language orally and in writing from the earliest stages.

Primary English as a Second Language is designed to prepare learners to become skilled users of English as a second language for practical purposes, including using English for functional communication and learning other curriculum subjects. It is designed for speakers of other first languages who are learning English as a second (or additional) language.

The Mathematics Curriculum framework explores principles, patterns, systems, functions and relationships so that learners can apply their
mathematical knowledge and develop a holistic understanding of the subject. It is structured in three content areas: Number, Geometry and Measure, Statistics and Probability.

Cambridge Computing Curriculum introduces learners to block-based programming and how to write clear instructions that computers can use. This
helps them to understand how software drives what happens inside each piece of computer hardware.

Computing has five content areas: Computational thinking, Programming, Managing Data, Networks and Digital Communication, and Computer Systems.

The Science Curriculum framework has six strands: A skills strand Thinking and Working Scientifically, Four content strands – Biology, Chemistry, Physics and, Earth and Space, A context strand – Science in Context. In every part of the programme learners think and work scientifically and do hands-on science using everyday equipment. This helps learners to develop an understanding of scientific investigations including considering ideas, evaluating evidence, planning, investigating, recording and analysing data.

Cambridge Primary Global Perspectives develops the skills of research, analysis, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication. The skills are taught through a wide range of topics using personal, local and global perspectives. It strengthens the links across the other subjects in the primary
programm and provides an interdisciplinary approach to learning. Flexible delivery options are a key characteristic of the programm and it can be taught as a weekly lesson, integrated into other subjects or through occasional full days of activities.

The art, digital literacy, music and physical education curricula have unique features.

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Refeitório e bar

O bar e refeitório garantem que os nossos alunos tenham acesso a alimentos e snacks saudáveis e saborosos. Para além de serem espaços onde os nossos alunos convivem e socializam. 

Salas de Aula

Salas de aula equipadas com computador, videoprojector e quadro táctil. Tudo para que os nossos alunos tenham aulas no ambiente mais propício para a aprendizagem.

Parques infantis

Os parques infantis são locais onde os nossos mais pequeninos interagem com os amigos nos intervalos das aulas. Estão equipados com uma variedade de estruturas como escorregas, paredes de escalada e cordas que  oferecem aos alunos desafios físicos e oportunidades para brincadeiras imaginativas.

Pinhal e Quinta pedagógica

Espaço onde os alunos podem aprender sobre agricultura e sustentabilidade ambiental. Aqui, os nossos alunos conectam-se com a natureza, observam e estudam a flora e a fauna e desenvolvem um sentido de responsabilidade para com o ambiente.

Auditório e Anfiteatros

Espaço dedicado a apresentações de dança e teatro, assim como palestras e conversas a apresentar para a comunidade escolar.

Ginásio

Dedicado à prática desportiva de modalidades como o futebol e o ténis, karate e voleibol. O campo coberto está também equipado com um palco e é utilizado para aulas de educação física 

Laboratórios

2 laboratórios totalmente equipados para aulas práticas de fisico-química, biologia e geologia.

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