Student Reflections on Cambridge 2017-04-21T23:08:13+12:00

Student reflections on Cambridge  …


I like Cambridge because I learn new strategies and techniques.  It has made me feel more confident in maths because I have learned so much.  I didn’t think I would be able to do such high quality maths.




I like Cambridge because it is getting me ready for high school.  It is challenging me to learn new things and giving me more confidence to sit tests.  It is also helping me to remember things better.




The lessons are structured really well.  We go over things so that they get drummed into your head, but it’s also fun.  Cambridge has helped me become more confident in maths.  I know that I can do it when I focus.  I was nervous about Cambridge to start with until I knew I could do it.




I like Cambridge because it challenges me more.  It is harder and more structured.  I get extra help when I need it.  I feel more confident and I can do things on my own.




I really like Cambridge because I’ve learnt a lot of new things and it’s challenging me.  Also it’s really fun.  It makes me work harder and always try my best and I am more confident in maths and English.  I thought algebra would be really hard, but it is really easy to understand.




Cambridge pushes you out of your comfort zone and I really enjoy it.  I have gone up a level where I am learning new things.  Reading, writing and maths are more fun.




Cambridge is not that different to last year but I enjoy it.  I like the new techniques I am learning which are definitely helping the way I think about things.  Every time I go to class I know what is expected of me and I am writing more in writing.




What I like most about Cambridge is that you learn lots of things and it puts your brain to work.  Cambridge is  a bit harder but this has helped me.  When I go to class I know I’ll learn new things and challenge myself.  I didn’t think I would remember so many things but I can.




I love absolutely everything about Cambridge.  I have lots more confidence in algebra and lots more.  I now understand how to work out areas of things and even the pi thingy.