What is Cambridge Primary?
Cambridge Primary is an English-language school programme, certified by the University of Cambridge for children aged 5 to 10. Our curriculum, which works alongside the Italian official programme, aims to develop the fundamental skills of analysis, evaluation, collaboration and communication in pupils. One of the key characteristics of this curriculum is its great capacity to adapt to each individual student and their personal learning rhythms, preparing them to thrive in future international settings.
Another feature of the Cambridge system is its assessment procedures, which has two levels: the first is in itinere (Cambridge Primary Progression Tests, conducted annually) while the second takes place at the end of the school cycle (Cambridge Primary Checkpoint).
Both assess and certify the level of skills acquired in the disciplines that make up the curriculum. The students progressively prepare for the structured final exams and get used to dealing with formal and specific assessments measuring their abilities, including through comparison with their international peers.