Cambridge Primary represents a framework for the youngest children (ages 5 to 11) to develop skills and knowledge in English Language, Mathematics and Science. Being an international programme, Cambridge Primary Programme respects cultural differences and peculiarities of the countries where it is conducted. Kreativno Pero conducts the Cambridge Programme simultaneously with the preparatory preschool programme as stipulated by the Ministry of Education, and later on simultaneously with the programme by the Ministry of Education and the bilingual curriculum project. Our students’ progress is monitored through standardized tests in the English Language, Mathematics and Science. At the end of the programme, students take the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint exams in each of the three subjects, whereupon they receive a certificate of the completed Cambridge Primary Cycle.
This programme is designed for children aged 11 to 14. Having completed the Cambridge Primary level is not a prerequisite to continuing education within this programme. The programme entails the curriculum in English Language, Mathematics and Science. Student progress is monitored through standardized testing. At the end of the programme, Students take the Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint exams, which provide detailed information on students’ knowledge and insight into the areas they are especially advanced in, or those they need more practice in, which is indicative for their future education. The tests are standardized and externally graded, so that they allow continued education at our system’s next stage.