Primary school students experience a broad range of tasks that help them to develop important skills. It includes all areas of early learning, such as reading, writing and numbers, as well as sports and other activities. Cambridge International School of Cambodia provides children with subject, personal, and international learning goals carefully defined for each age group.
Our Primary Curriculum is based on the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). IPC goals cover the knowledge, skills and understanding children relating to the subjects they are learning. There are learning goals for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, ICT & Computing, Technology, History, Geography, Music, Physical Education, Art and Society.
CISC offers primary school programmes for the following grade levels:
• Primary 1 (6 – 7 years old)
• Primary 2 (7 – 8 years old)
• Primary 3 (8 – 9 years old)
• Primary 4 (9 – 10 years old)
• Primary 5 (10 – 11 years old)
• Primary 6 (11 – 12 years old)
• English Language Proficiency
• Information & Communication Technology (ICT)
• Physical Fitness
• Chinese Class
• Khmer Curriculum is recognized by
Ministry of Education Youth and Sport
Cambridge International School of Cambodia (CISC) was founded since 2010. It started as a franchised daycare and preschool from Yale Holdings Pte (Singapore) on 2nd February 2010 with the aim of bringing quality education into Cambodia. Our school was inaugurated on 1st April 2010 as a Singapore trilingual international preschool. On 28th June 2013, CISC expanded its national and international curricula to Primary Education. It then extended its scope to Secondary Education since 8th August 2018.
CISC offers international and trilingual (Khmer, English, Chinese) curricula with recognized standards from Cambodia’s Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS) especially the license of year 12 Baccalaureate Equivalent Diploma, International Primary/Secondary Curriculum from the UK and Chinese Odonata Class from Malaysia and lastly in 2023 Cambridge International School of Cambodia got the International Certificate of Recognition and was awarded by the School Curriculum and Standard Authority (SCSA) of Western Australia to implement the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE).