Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)


KENNEDY HIGH the global school is directly affiliated to University of Cambridge, UK, London. Being an affiliated Centre, we are authorized to conduct all the assessments of Cambridge International Examinations.

University of Cambridge International Examinations, is a non-profit organization which is a part of the University of Cambridge. It holds the distinction of being the world’s largest provider of international qualifications for 5-18 year old students. Students in about 180 countries study the Cambridge International Curriculum through a network of 10,000 Cambridge schools. It offers a broad range of internationally recognized qualifications, both academic and vocational, designed to develop successful students worldwide.

Substantiating our accountability as an International School, KENNEDY HIGH the global school has made dedicated efforts in incorporating the internationally accepted and accredited Cambridge School Programme for our global citizens. The Government of India also recognizes the Cambridge Programme as a Certified School Programme.

After successfully completing the A-level course, students are eligible to write National Level Competitive Examinations like NEET, JEE, EAMCET etc. along with other international level examinations.


Academic Calendar

Year planner 2019-20

(June – Nov)

Year planner 2019-20

(Dec – May)

List of Holidays


Session and Timing
The Cambridge Academic session is from June to April. The school timing is from 8 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.

Subjects Taught

Grade 1 and 2 – English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Global Perspective, ICT, Hindi, French and Telugu.
Grade 3 to 5 – English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Global Perspective, ICT, French, Hindi/ Telugu.

Lower Secondary
Grade 6 and 7 – English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Global Perspective, ICT, French/ Hindi, Telugu.
Grade 8 – Subjects taught: English, Mathematics, Science, Environmental Management, ICT, French/ Hindi.

IGCSE (Grade 9 and 10)

  • English, Mathematics, ICT, Environmental Management, Hindi/French
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology/Business Studies

AS and A level (Grade 11 and 12)

Teacher: Student Ratio – 1:14
Digitally Equipped Classrooms from Grade 1 to A Level
Special Educator, Counsellor, Soft Skills trainers in addition to well qualified teachers and Physical Education Coaches.

Co-Curricular Arena


Robotics programme has been a part of the regular curriculum for Cambridge students Grade 2 to Grade 8. To succeed in this information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at different levels. Building a robot involves inference drawing, model construction, testing and controlling a robot calls for the ability to give precise inputs.

When done in a team, robotics calls for collaboration and communication for the project to work. This teaches students valuable life skills in teamwork, communication and even community participation. The rationale for inclusion of robotics in education is thus a well- founded one and stands on solid ground.

Many popular tool kits like LEGO, littleBits, Arduino, Scratch Programming, 3D Design and Printing etc are made available for the students under a single roof for activity-based learning which are highly interactive, educative and informative.

Butterfly Fields

These are Science and Mathematics kits which are given to the students of Grades 1 to 5, to have hands-on experience with experiments and Practical study of scientific and mathematical concepts. Students thoroughly enjoy doing experiments with these kits.


Dramatix is a self-development programme for the students of the primary section that focuses on garnering the following traits

  • Develop confidence and become an expressive individual
  • Hone their vocal & projection skills
  • Nurture their creative and risk taking abilities
  • Build self-esteem and overcome stage fear
  • Build vocabulary and communication skills

This programme focuses on the foundation skills that introduce students to mime, body language, movement and gestures, intonation and impromptu speaking. These aid their holistic development and lead to the creation of charismatic personalities.

Other Activities: (Compulsory for Grades 1 to 5 and Optional for Grades 6 to 10)

On-going Activities for all the Grades

Soft Skills & Personality Development

Effective communication is vital in all aspects of life. The ability to communicate effectively and fluently increases a child’s self-esteem and confidence. At KENNEDY HIGH the global school, we have understood the need of the hour and have incorporated comprehensive English Communication and Language Proficiency Labs to cater to this need. The communication lab at KENNEDY HIGH the global school is a state-of-the art facility with a digital classroom and provides the right ambience for the ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking that is crucial for any communication training program. Soft skills, body language, voice intonation, modulation, gestures, and tips for effective public speaking are part of this interactive English Proficiency Program. The classes, held on a weekly basis, provide every opportunity for the students to explore their limits of imagination, creativity, vocabulary, and hone their communication skills. The goal is to make them think in English language, remove the mother-tongue influence and give them the ability to present themselves effectively with the style, sharpness, clarity, and ease that comes naturally to a native English Speaker.

Soft skills, multiple intelligences, and emotional intelligences are some of the core concepts that make the framework of the activities conducted in the Personality Development Lab. Students are exposed to various facts of their personality. Through interactive modules, they get an opportunity to collaborate, think independently, learn to follow social etiquette, and emerge as responsible and articulate student leaders.

External Competitions and Achievements

To foster a spirit of healthy competition, not only among their classmates but also with the outside world, KENNEDY HIGH the global school encourages its students to participate in all Inter School, Regional level, District level, State level, National level and International level competitions.

Aptitude Based Contests

International English Olympiad (IEO)
The Hindu STEP Olympiad

Higher Level Contests

International Model United Nation
National Level Handwriting
National Level Science Exhibition
TCS ion National level Financial Literacy
State level Sakshi TV Spell Bee and Math Bee Contest
Super School League Quiz by Times Of India

Cambridge Language Assessments

In order to enhance the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of the students the following Cambridge Language Assessments are conducted for students of Grade 6 to 9.

Skill-Building Contests

Higher Level Contests

Model United Nation
Our students participated in the Mock UN Parliament in July 2018 and secured the third place out of many participating schools from in and around Hyderabad. 7 speakers from the School Team won accolades including 3 Best Speaker Awards!
International Royal Commonwealth Society – Essay Writing
We are pleased to announce that two of our students, Saran Datla (Junior Category) and Sri Ranga Rithvik Mynampati (Senior Category) have won ‘Bronze Award in the prestigious Queen’s Essay writing Competition conducted by Royal Commonwealth Society, London.
National Level Handwriting
100 students across Grades 1 to 8 participated in the National Handwriting Competition , which was conducted by ASK India Society in the school premises.
State level Sakshi TV Spell Bee and Math Bee Contest
The Sakshi TV media group organized the Telangana State Sakshi Spell Bee and Math Bee Competitions in which all the students across Grades 1 to 8 participated in the various categories.
Inter-School Cambridge Schools Sports Meet
In this meet our student won Gold medal in Tennis.

Our Students after A Level

Celebrations and Events

Workshops and Seminars

Teacher Workshops & Seminars

Students’ Awareness Programs

To foster a spirit of healthy competition, not only among their classmates but also with the outside world, KENNEDY HIGH the global school encourages its students to participate in all Inter School, Regional level, District level, State level, National level and International level competitions.

Fire Safety Week

Higher Education Counseling

Cyber Security

A workshop on cyber security was conducted by KPMG on 31 October 2019 at KENNEDY HIGH the global school for students of class X, XI and XII (CBSE and CAIE). In this seminar, important topics like Internet browsing, Cyber bullying, Online gaming, Social media, Cyber threats like phising, identity theft and device safety were discussed. Students learnt the significance of cyber security, became aware of cyber threats and understood how to be proactive with regard to cyber safety.

Knowledge Enhancement Resources

The Hindu newspaper

The students of classes VI to X read The Hindu newspaper enhance their general knowledge on current affairs. They participate in various competitions like Art, article writing etc.

The Hindu – Young World Magazine

The Young World magazine subscription is for the students of classes III to V. It helps them to enhance their reading skills and vocabulary.

Pinnacle Student Magazine

The Pinnacle Magazine subscription is for the students of classes I and II. The main purpose is to develop interest in reading and build inquisitiveness among the blooming buds.

It’s a platform for the students of Grades 6 -12 to display their creative skills in the form of articles, drawings and photographs which are published in the newspaper and boosts their confidence.

The NIE ( Newspaper in Education) is the student edition of the Times of India Daily newspaper.

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