Learning through Cambridge Primary

2017-10-11 06:01
Two of Wembley’s leopard Cubbies, Parool and Medha Aheer in their leopard beanies.

Two of Wembley’s leopard Cubbies, Parool and Medha Aheer in their leopard beanies.

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L ouise Yeadon

WEMBLEY College is an accredited Cambridge school. Cambridge Primary is taken in over 110 countries, with over 1300 schools around the world teaching it.

Wembley adopts the Cambridge Primary system for their younger pupils. This system develops pupil skills and understanding in English, mathematics and science.

The Cambridge pupil attributes are learning to become confident, responsible, innovative, engaged and reflective. Cambridge pupils develop a curiosity and lasting passion for learning. This week the primary school is gearing up for its open day on Friday October 13 from 7.30am to 11am.

We encourage interested parents to send their children to have a “whale of a time” at our Cubbies Lair for a morning of under the sea. All our leopard cubbies receive their leopard beanies on entry to the school.

Mrs Goble and her team of competent teachers in the primary section at Wembley will demonstrate the Cambridge learning style, where we strive for excellence and celebrate the individuality of your child, in a warm family environment.


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