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Cambridge Curriculum

To prepare Wisdomland students for future success and ready for primary, we’ve chosen the Cambridge ELL curriculum for pre-school children. Cambridge English sets a global standard for education and is recognized by universities and employers worldwide. It’s about having the confidence to communicate and access a lifetime of enriching experiences and opportunities. The approach ensures that children begin their English-learning journey with enthusiasm and confidence.

Our goal is to ignite students’ interest by giving them opportunities to explore all aspects of their intelligence in a stimulating and varied environment. We’ve aligned the Cambridge curriculum with MEOT to ensure that our English curriculum gives our very young learners plenty of opportunities to meet national and international standards.

The course:

  • Develops linguistic intelligence – children’s sensitivity to language and their ability to use language to express themselves and achieve goals through games, songs, stories and projects.
  • Caters for multiple intelligence through carefully designed activities that encourage the application of knowledge through content and language integrated learning, with topic materials linked with subjects across the WL curriculum.

Students are given the time required to develop and practice their language abilities in a natural way. As a consequence, students are better able to retain knowledge and are more confident in their language abilities.

Aligning Cambridge’s ELL curriculum with Wisdomland’s Reggio Emilia inspired pedagogy fosters an environment where:

  • Our teacher acts as co-learner, helping very young learners build on their existing knowledge to develop their ideas and understanding.
  • Students are engaged in the learning process through discovery, investigation and understanding.
  • Students develop their questioning and reflection skills
  • Children build on all four language skills equally, using a variety of contexts and situations for authentic practice.

Cambridge Assessment

The primary purpose of assessment and evaluation is to improve student learning. Information gathered through weekly student observations helps teachers to determine students’ strengths and weaknesses in their achievement of the curriculum expectations in each subject in each grade.

This information also serves to guide teachers in adapting curriculum and instructional approaches to students’ needs and in assessing the overall effectiveness of programs and classroom practices.

  • Is a continuous process which assesses student’s knowledge as well as their development as an independent learner.
  • Less importance is placed on tests which results in lower student stress and worry.
  • Students focus on applying language whilst also developing understanding of core ideas and principles.
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