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Cambridge International School is a small, thriving day school offering an inspiring education to children of all nationalities aged 12 – 16 years old. CIS supports children of all abilities and ensures that everyone feels valued. Through small class sizes and the nurturing and caring community, children at CIS are taught to reflect on their strengths and weaknesses in order to learn how best to improve. It is believed that children are not defined solely by their academic abilities, but by their unique talents and personalities. ...Read more

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Curriculum delivery is developed with the goal of minimising barriers to learning by incorporating good practice into our provision for all. Where ‘Quality First Teaching’ is insufficient to meet the whole remit of a pupil’s needs, additional and different provision will be made. We actively encourage the involvement of staff, pupils and parents in the education of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Learning difficulties are assessed and provided for in a variety of ways, so that children have the opportunity to develop to their full potential with the guidance and support of all their teachers. All teachers are teachers of special needs: class and subject teachers are involved in the identification of children with SEND; they also have a responsibility for its provision within the classroom. Our learning support assistants are employed to either support a specifically statemented child or to support small groups of children within a classroom. We also employ specialist teachers to come in and support children’s learning, in a one-to-one session, during the school day. These sessions are paid for by the parents or by the Local Education Authority, if the child has a EHCP.

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