Genesis Schools Programmes And Curriculum
Genesis Schools Curriculum equips children for life by fostering informed curiosity and a lifelong love of learning.
Genesis Schools provides the Cambridge International Curriculum. From the age of five to the age of nineteen, our Pathway provides pupils with a clear path to academic achievement. Genesis Schools designs its curriculum on how we want children to learn, with a diverse choice of courses and various delivery methods.
This allows children to find new abilities and a larger universe, as well as to gain life skills that will allow them to prosper throughout their schooling, employment, and life.
Our programmes and credentials are based on the international education worldwide standard. They are developed by subject matter experts, are founded on academic rigour, and are informed by the most recent educational research. They provide a solid foundation for students to advance from one level to the next, and they are effectively supported by teaching and learning tools.
Our objective is to be the world leader in providing educational benefit via the provision of international programmes and qualifications for school education. We work with Cambridge International to create Cambridge learners who are self-assured, responsible, introspective, inventive, and engaged, preparing them for success in the contemporary world.
Cambridge Primary Mathematics encourages lifelong enthusiasm for analytical and rational thinking. Learners develop a holistic understanding of the subject, focusing on principles, patterns, systems, functions and relationships. Cambridge Primary Mathematics learners become mathematically competent and fluent in computation which they can apply to everyday situations.
Cambridge Primary Global Perspectives is a unique, transformational programme that helps students at every stage of school education develop outstanding transferable skills. Learners develop the skills of research, analysis, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication. It offers valuable opportunities to reinforce links with other Cambridge Primary subjects.
Physical education is a vital part of a balanced school curriculum. Regular exercise improves both physical and mental health and there is growing evidence that it also improves academic performance across the curriculum. Establishing good patterns of exercise in primary schools also provides learners with the foundation of an active and healthy lifestyle.
The Cambridge Primary Science curriculum supports learners in developing life-long curiosity about the natural world. It allows them to seek scientific explanations to the phenomena around them.
Learners will develop a holistic approach to science by combining scientific thinking and practical skills alongside knowledge and understanding. This is vital for explaining the world around us. This approach gives them the knowledge and skills to access and excel at science in later phases of education. It also allows them to make informed choices, including considering sustainability issues and meeting the challenges facing our environment.
Cambridge Primary Computing supports learners to discover the technical world and to understand how many of the things they they see and use every day actually work. This allows them to understand how hardware, software and computational thought processes are combined to make computers such essential and exciting parts of our lives.
Art and Design
Cambridge Primary Art & Design sparks learners’ imagination and creativity, helps them to express themselves, and develops transferable skills such as concentration, perseverance and collaboration. It also allows learners to explore and push boundaries to become reflective, critical and decisive thinkers. They learn how to articulate personal responses to their experiences. They also learn to think about how their artistic development will support them in all areas of their education.
Cambridge Primary English learners develop skills that they can apply to a range of different purposes and audiences in everyday situations. Learners will learn to communicate confidently and effectively. They will also develop the critical skills to respond to a range of information, media and texts with understanding and enjoyment.
Our Cambridge Primary English curriculum is designed for learners who have English as a first language: those who either speak English at home or have other significant experience of communicating in English (for example at an English-speaking kindergarten). It can be used in any cultural context.
Digital literacy is an essential skill for learners of all ages. The digital world allows us to connect, collaborate, innovate and discover new information on an ever-broadening scale. Learners should be able to use technology effectively from the very beginning of their educational journey.
Cambridge Primary Music encourages creativity and builds confidence, helping learners develop a deeper understanding of self-expression. It also shows them the importance of communication as they learn to connect with other musicians and audiences. It emphasises musical exploration and gives learners the opportunity to perform and present their music at every stage of development. The focus is on play and responding to music, which leads to an increasing awareness of self and personal musicality.