We work with leading educational thinkers, expert authors and primary teachers around the world to bring Brighter Thinking into all of our resources.
Children learn in different ways - and every teacher is unique - so you won't find just one approach in our primary series. Discover our wide range of flexible resources that support you to deliver Better LearningExplore our primary resources
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Our approach to primary
Find out how our resources help develop active, creative and engaged learners in this short video with two of our authors, Janet Rees (Cambridge Primary Maths) and Jon Board (Cambridge Primary Science)
Teaching and Learning primary with Cambridge
Coming soon – the latest in our approaches to learning and teaching series focuses on primary.
Discover Digital Classroom
Share projected pages with your whole class and bring your lessons to life with videos, animations, games and more.Bring Brighter Thinking into your classroom
We collaborate with Brighter Thinkers in Cambridge and around the world to embed best teaching and learning practice into our resources.
Find out more about the Cambridge Approach.
Partnering world-leading awarding organisations
We work in partnerships with Cambridge Assessment International Education and the International Baccalaureate to publish resources mapped to their curriculum frameworks and syllabuses – giving you confidence that Cambridge resources provide complete coverage of learning objectives.
University College London's Institute of Education (IOE)
We worked with the IOE to develop Cambridge Reading Adventures, our primary reading scheme. Active across 100 countries around the world, the IOE’s research, consultancy and partnerships shape policies in every continent. The IOE is committed to research that reduces inequality across the world through education. A key part of this mission is the IOE’s International Literacy Centre (ILC). Recognised as a worldwide authority on primary reading, the ILC promotes literacy education from age 3 to 13.
A team of expert mathematicians from the University of Cambridge, the NRICH team worked with our authors to create the primary maths scheme. Flexible, approachable and fun, the series helps every learner to think like a mathematician. NRICH also provides free resources, such as curriculum mapping documents, activities and exercises for all ages to enrich learning.Experience Better Learning
Hear what teachers and learners from around the world are saying about us.
Al Takween School, Oman
"Cambridge Primary Science Stages 1-6 are excellent. I don’t need to use any other resources because the series is enough. It contains everything a teacher needs."
St Johns International School, Belgium
"I think the digital classroom options are fantastic. I love the scaffolded activities integrating the language skills with learning content. I love the way each lesson clearly identifies the language skills being used."
New Castelar, Murcia
"I see so many lightbulb moments now. ‘Oh NOW I understand friction!'"
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