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Manthan International School offers new Cambridge International Primary Programme.

10-03-2010 01:05 PM CET | Science & Education

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Membership of Cambridge International Primary Programme, approved for local school.

Manthan International School has been awarded membership of the Cambridge International Primary Programme by University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE).

Manthan International School will be able to use the Cambridge International Primary Programme, which helps teachers develop Mathematics, English and Science skills and knowledge in children aged five to eleven. The Cambridge International Primary Programme provides guidance for curriculum development and classroom teaching and learning, and it allows teachers to assess children’s learning as they progress.

Ann Puntis, Chief Executive of University of Cambridge International Examinations, said: “We are delighted that Manthan International School has taken this step to provide young students with the best possible education.

“By implementing the Cambridge International Primary Programme, Manthan International Schoolis using an international curriculum that will be of great benefit to their students.”

Mr. Ramakrishna Reddy, Director, said: “Manthan International School is proud to be associated with Cambridge. The Cambridge International Primary Programme allows us to extend our service to the local community.”

To learn more about the Cambridge International Primary Programme and CIE, visit

About CIE

University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the world’s largest provider of international qualifications for 14-19 year olds. CIE offers a broad range of qualifications, created for an international audience. CIE’s qualifications include Cambridge IGCSEand International A/AS Level. CIE qualifications are taken in 150 countries and recognised by universities, educational providers and employers across the world.

CIE is part of the Cambridge Assessment Group, a not-for-profit organisation and part of the University of Cambridge. CIE has a strong pedigree in development and research – it was the first exam board to develop the International GCSE 20 years ago. We constantly review our provision and introduce new subject areas and qualifications. CIE offers unrivalled support to its network of registered Centres.

For further information contact:

Mr. Ramakrishna Reddy
Manthan International School
1150, Ayyappa Society Main Road, Madhapur
Andhra Pradesh
500 081
Tel: 0091 404 220 6060


Geraldine Seymour
International Communications Manager
University of Cambridge International Examinations
1 Hills Road
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1223 553323
Fax: +44 1223 553558


Ayyappa Society Main Road, Madhapur, Hyderabad

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