High School

Lower Secondary and Cambridge Advanced 

Bradford Schools is a Cambridge International School and partner of the British Council which offers an exceptional learning environment for inquisitive minds. We are dedicated to optimizing the potential learners have for acquiring knowledge and a global perspective.

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Cambridge Lower Secondary and Advanced:

At Bradford Schools, we firmly believe in cultivating a life-long enthusiasm for analytical and rational thinking among our students. Our educational philosophy revolves around empowering our learners to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and lifelong learners.

We understand that in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, the ability to think critically and analytically is of paramount importance. It not only enhances academic performance but also equips learners with essential skills needed to succeed in their future careers and personal lives.

Matric examination:

Cambridge International AS and A Level

Cambridge Advanced is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education.

Class sizes:

Maximum 25 learners

School times:

Monday – Thursday 07:45 – 14:30

Friday 07:45 – 13:30


Lower secondary Subjects:

English Home language

Afrikaans and isiZulu First additional language



Physical education

Robotics & Coding


The Cambridge Lower Secondary Computing curriculum is designed to develop students’ computational thinking and digital skills. It aims to help students understand how computers and digital systems work, and how they can use technology effectively and responsibly in their daily lives. This includes Algorithms and Programming, Data Representation, Cybersecurity and Digital Citizenship and Digital Creativity.

Digital literacy:

Digital literacy refers to the ability to find, evaluate, use, and create information effectively and responsibly using digital technology. In today’s digital age, it is essential for students to develop these skills to thrive in their personal, academic, and professional lives. This includes Digital Tools and Resources, creating digital outputs, Digital Citizenship, Digital Skills Integration, and Coding and Programming

Global perspectives:

In the context of the Cambridge Lower Secondary Curriculum, a global perspective refers to the emphasis on understanding and appreciating the interconnectedness of the world and the diverse cultures, societies, and global issues that shape it. The curriculum aims to develop learners who are informed, open-minded, and able to engage critically with global challenges and opportunities.

Art and design:

A wide-ranging discipline that brings together skills and intellectual thought processes from across the curriculum, learners will also become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers who are able to express themselves within a range of open themes.



Dance | Choir | Debating | Public speaking



Hockey | Soccer | Athletics | Cross-country | Chess | eSports | Netball


Clubs and societies:

Robotics club



Aviation Flight club


Value-added programs:

Cambridge CEM baseline assessments to measure potential and progress | Academic support lessons | Cambridge checkpoints and progression tests



Robotics and Computer lab

Mini AstroTurf hockey and soccer fields

Dining Area

Swimming Pool


Value-Added Services:

Meal plan: All nutritional meals at additional cost (breakfast, snack, lunch and afternoon snack)

Swimming lessons

Transport service at an additional cost