Cambridge International Examinations Update V
The Cambridge Grade 6 students are, as expected of them, working assiduously in the preparation towards the Checkpoint slated for April, 2016.
Cambridge Grade 6
In the same development, preparations for the Secondary Checkpoint are stepped up. Students in the Secondary School department will sit for the Checkpoint in April, 2016 and that attempt will have pioneered the process that will develop our students for the fully-fledged Secondary programmes leading to the IGCSE “O” Level after Grade nine (9).
Cambridge Grade 9
As this is our first attempt at the Secondary Checkpoint, the school will not spare any effort in ensuring that we come up with outstanding results. (We know how to do it). Teachers and subject masters have prepared the schemes of work and we can only suggest that parents who want to assist their children or contract private teachers for that purpose, could source copies of the forecasts from the office of the Head of Academic Affairs. Parents are reminded to append their signature to all homework or project work carried out by children. This arrangement goes to confirm that parents have supervised the tasks done.