The Cambridge Lower Secondary Program is a framework for educational success for students approximately 11-14 years old. It builds on the primary stage, and develops children’s knowledge and skills in Mathematics, English and Science. The Lower Secondary Program has been developed to link seamlessly with the Cambridge International Primary Program and provides standardized tests to allow careful monitoring of progress from primary to lower secondary phases. It also provides excellent preparation for students embarking on IGCSE.
Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint is a test for learners at the end of their final year of Cambridge Lower Secondary. The test is available for English, English as a Second Language, Mathematics and Science. The tests are marked by Cambridge examiners and provide an international benchmark of learner performance. They provide evidence of readiness for the next stage of education, assessing skills, knowledge and understanding at the end of Stages 7–9.