One of the world’s most leading programs of education at the secondary level, the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curriculum helps develop confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged learners who learn for life. Through nurturing these attributes of the Cambridge Learner, the CIE programme at DRSIS offers a strong focus on activities that relate to problem-solving, analysis, decision-making, project-based learning (PBL), etc. DRSIS’s system of assessment also lays emphasis on skill-building patterns, the development of language arts, learning labs, etc.
Our facilitators demonstrate an equally strong commitment to life-long learning through furthering their professional development on an ongoing basis through attending workshops and training themselves. This, in turn, helps them bring the programme to life in ways that challenge both themselves and the students continuously.
Through the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curriculum, DRSIS offers many pathways for learners with a wide range of abilities, from a diverse range of cultures. DRSIS encourages students to build the curriculum in ways tailored to their specific needs. With the strong foundation of the core subjects, our students enjoy a flexible choice of cross-curricular perspectives. Our approach supports students in exploring subject areas in depths whilst still facilitating connections between and across them.
The CIE Curriculum at DRSIS actively fosters creative thinking, enquiry, and problem-solving skills, besides preparing them for skills necessary for advanced study. Whilst also nurturing an international outlook, the CIE also develops learner knowledge, understanding, and skills in: