Understand what sets the International British Education System apart
Officially known as the National Curriculum of England, Wales, & Northern Ireland, the British national curriculum prepares young people for the wider world by developing their analytical problem-solving and critical thinking rather than by teaching them to retain facts. A British education builds on traditional values proven over hundreds of years of excellence, while also allowing for a personalised educational track, in order to develop each student’s core competencies.
Spark offers the Cambridge International curriculum, developed by the University of Cambridge and part of a British education.
What are the benefits of Cambridge's Education System?
The Cambridge Curriculum is focused on developing a young person’s entire personality, not just academic ability. Students are nurtured to expand their potential by exploring the world around them, taking responsibility for themselves, forming opinions and developing interpersonal relationships.
Over 1,400 universities worldwide recognize the Cambridge qualifications, including all the Ivy League universities in the US, as well as in many other major students destinations such as Canada, Australia, Singapore, South Africa, Germany and the Netherlands.
The Cambridge Curriculum develops skills that are highly transferable, meaning students can seamlessly move between different countries accepting the British standard and complete their schooling with minimal disruption.
Cambridge schools are part of a global community with nearly a million students in over 10,000 schools. Students and teachers alike receive support from a world-class community, as well as sharing knowledge and best practices.
Cambridge Assessments have real, lasting value and are recognized globally. The exams are designed to provide fair, valid, and reliable proof of a student’s abilities and skills. Given the world recognition, Cambridge exams are a lifelong passport to future study and career readiness.