Cambridge Academy Ethiopia follows the National Curriculum for England curriculum. This is a comprehensive curriculum framework that sets out the subjects, knowledge, skills, and understanding that children should be taught in primary schools. The primary ages phases of the National Curriculum for England cover children from the ages of 5 to 11, these correspond to Key Stages 1 and 2. The curriculum is divided into core and foundation subjects. The core subjects are English, mathematics, and science, while the foundation subjects are art and design, computing, design and technology, geography, history, languages, music, and physical education. At Cambridge Academy Ethiopia our students study the subjects as prescribed by the National Curriculum for England. The languages studied by our students are English, French and either Amharic or Afan Oromo.
The primary phases at Cambridge Academy Ethiopia are focused on delivering a curriculum that provides a well-rounded education that enables our students to develop their knowledge, skills, and understanding across a broad range of subjects. It is characterized by a balance between subject knowledge and skills, with a strong emphasis on English language development and numeracy.
At Cambridge Academy Ethiopia we encourage our teachers to use a variety of teaching methods and approaches to engage children in their learning. These include group work, individual study, practical activities, and hands-on learning experiences. Teachers are also encouraged to use technology and digital resources to support teaching and learning. The philosophy of the Cambridge Academy Ethiopia curriculum is based on the belief that education should be broad, balanced, and relevant to children’s lives. Our curriculum is designed to provide children with a solid foundation of knowledge, skills, and understanding, while also encouraging them to develop their creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking skills. At Cambridge Academy Ethiopia we place a great emphasis on the use of technology in teaching and learning, as well as on the development of children’s social and emotional skills.
At Cambridge Academy Ethiopia we are committed to promoting the values of Ethiopia, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect, tolerance, tolerance of different faiths and beliefs, and the importance of individual and community responsibility.