Cambridge International School, Cambridge

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Cambridge International School
Established 2006
Type International school
Location Bourn Bridge Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB21 6AN
England
52°07′27″N 0°13′16″E / 52.1243°N 0.2212°E / 52.1243; 0.2212Coordinates: 52°07′27″N 0°13′16″E / 52.1243°N 0.2212°E / 52.1243; 0.2212
DfE URN 135184 Tables
Students 338 as of February 2016
Gender Mixed
Ages 3–16
Website School website

Cambridge International School is a private mixed non-selective international school for children aged 3 to 16 located in Cambridge, England. It is owned by the International Schools Partnership. ISP also own Holme Court School in Cambridge.[1] The school was founded in 2006 and located to Cherry Hinton Hall in 2007. By 2010, the senior school was relocated to The Temple in Little Abington.

Cambridge International School is divided into four school departments - Infants, Juniors and Seniors. As an international school, it uses English as the primary medium of instruction for students, but also operates a mother-tongue programme of first language study. Students in the Senior School study towards a programme of IGCSEs, but also take GCSE. Students also have the option to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme.[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sister schools". Sancton Wood. Retrieved 2013-04-03. 
  2. ^ "Seniors". Cambridge International School. Retrieved 2013-04-03. 

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