Our Spring Achievements!
To mark the close of Spring term at CATS Cambridge, our Headmaster, Dominic Tomalin, hosted an end of term assembly to look back on all the schools’ achievements since January. This assembly had many purposes. It gave students the chance to reflect on their learning from last term, to consider their goals for the next, […]
University Success: The Offers are in!
CATS Cambridge’s students have started looking towards the future as university offers arrive! CATS Cambridge students consistently show us they are hardworking, motivated and ambitious individuals. Their incredible work ethic is particularly noticeable as they work towards attending university. With revision to complete and exams to sit, lessons to attend and life to live, our […]
We’re a StudyTravel Secondary School Awards Finalist!
After two consecutive wins, CATS Global Schools is a finalist in the StudyTravel Secondary School Awards for a third year. As a CATS Global School, CATS Cambridge is delighted that CATS Global Schools (CGS) has again been announced as a finalist in the third edition of the StudyTravel Secondary School Awards in the category ‘ST […]
Chariots of Fire 2023
Congratulations to students and staff who competed Cambridge’s annual Chariots of Fire race to raise money for Arthur Rank Hospice.
First Impressions of CATS Cambridge
First impressions are everything, which is why CATS Cambridge prides itself on making a good first impression. This is how…
Celebrating International Happiness Day!
Find out what International Happiness Day looks like at CATS Cambridge!
Developing students’ problem-solving abilities
While “problem-solving” may seem to be an abstract concept, in Mathematics education it has a more specific definition. In the new, linear mathematics A-Level, students are required to “recognise the underlying mathematical structure in a situation and simplify and abstract appropriately to enable problems to be solved.” Depending on your experience, this may be a […]
Cross Cultural [Mis]communication
For my CamSTAR Research project, I will be looking at how we can make visible (explicit) the invisible (implicit)cultural boundaries impacting the effectiveness of feedback. David Didau makes us aware of the input/output myth “what we teach is what students learn”. (Didau, D. 2013). When we give feedback, we expect students to receive this feedback […]