At Kensington School, pupils receive intensive preparation for the University of Cambridge exams from Year 10 onwards: First Certificate (FCE:B2), Advanced (CAE:C1) and Proficiency (CPE: C2). They also sit the IGCSE in English Language, the same level of exam which students in the U.K. sit at the same age. These four qualifications certify that pupils have the required level of English to access any British university. These language examinations take place within Kensington School, a University of Cambridge accredited centre.
At Kensington, French is taught using foreign language teaching methodology and takes into account the technique of the official DELF examinations, for which our teachers are official examiners. Pupils work on developing their oral ability, analysing the news and working with documentation and realia. In Lower Secondary (Y7-Y9) pupils prepare for the DELF A1 examinations and during Year 10 and Year 13 they prepare for DELF A2, B1 and B2.