Primary School


Our primary school program is based on the Cambridge Primary School Curriculum, developed in 6 stages for students aged 5 to 11. This curriculum provides us with a world-class program that enables us to develop the skills knowledge and understanding of students in English, Mathematics, Science, and Global Perspectives. From September 2020 our Music, Art, Computer Studies, and Physical Education programs have been based on the new Cambridge Primary Curriculum recently developed for these subjects. Our students are assessed annually using the Cambridge progression assessments for each Grade level and the Grade 5 students complete the externally graded Cambridge Checkpoint at the end of Grade 5.



Main subjects



Our Primary school subjects are English, Mathematics, Science, Computer Studies, Music, Art, Global Perspectives and PE, all taught in English, plus Kazakh Language and a choice of another Language(Turkish, Russian or French). Particular attention is paid to the development of the English language to facilitate the further education of the child in our school. Students whose English is limited will be given lessons to accelerate their learning to a level whereby they are able to assess their grade level.



Main exams and tests



All classes from Grades 2-5 are assessed anually using the Cambridge Primary Progression assessments. Check Points are conducted at the end of Grade 5.

Each term, student learning is assessed on a regular basis depending on the number of units completed in the term.

Data from the term Grades and assessments is used by teachers to establish individual learning plans for those who need to improve and lesson planning for the next term is drawn up to improve the academic performance of each child. Student performance is regularly discussed with parents.





As a first step, parents can visit the Spectrum International School campus of their choice. This can be done by filling out the form below and the reception manager will contact you to agree on the time and date of the meeting. Parents who are unable to complete the campus visit form can call the admissions office and make an appointment by phone.


You need to sign up for an entrance assessment. This assessment is the basis for enrolling students in specific classes.


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Omirzakova Alina

Admission Manager

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