Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP)

GIIS now offers Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme for Grade 6 and 7 

About CLSP

Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP) is the first step for students who want to choose International Curricula as their mode of higher study. It is specially crafted by the prestigious Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) and is designed to provide a strong foundation for students wanting to pursue the IGCSE curriculum in Classes 6 to 8.

It is currently offered in nearly 2,300 schools in over 130 countries worldwide. The curriculum encourages learners to become confident in working with information and ideas and provides a robust foundation in English, Maths, and Science.



Cambridge Pathways

The Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP) is an excellent preparation for moving to Cambridge Upper Secondary (IGCSE), and for progression to other educational systems. 

Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP) testing structure helps to assess learner performance and report progress to learners and parents. This assessment uses internationally benchmarked tests, giving parents extra trust in the feedback they receive.


Cambridge Teaching & Learning

This system believes education works best when - curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment are closely aligned.

Cambridge encourages learners to be confident in working with information and ideas. They encourage students to be responsible and reflective learners, innovative and equipped to meet new and future challenges and be engaged intellectually and socially, ready to make a difference.

Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme

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IN FUTURE: GIIS will explore offering Global Perspectives and ICT


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At GIIS, we hold a large variety of events to help you learn more about the academic programs, admission process, campus tour, value added learning opportunities and many more. Click on the link for more information to find out more!




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