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  • Robotics and Atal Tinkering Lab
  • Excellent Sports Facilities
  • Career Mapping and Counselling
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Cambridge School - Noida

Since its inception in 1931, Cambridge School has grown to become one of the strongest long-standing institutions in Delhi and the National Capital Region. Spread across five campuses, each of them is an educational lighthouse for thousands of children who have successfully emerged from within its portals. This is enabled by the zeal and dedication of our school leaders and our dedicated and capable teachers who encourage and motivate each and every student to thrive towards excellence. We focus on the holistic development of our students by helping them face various challenges with utmost proficiency. Our curriculum is designed with the objective to constructively ignite our young students’ minds and positively navigate their vibrant energy towards building a better and brighter future for India and the World. We uphold the motto “We Learn to Serve” and promote the same amongst our students so that they develop a spirit of integrity.


To be one of the leading schools in the community it serves, known and widely acknowledged as a secular institution which develops character and ethical leadership in its students in their pursuit of excellence.


To nurture in children a strong sense of community, of justice and fair play, and allow them the opportunity to learn and express themselves in the ways they enjoy best, applying their learning to diverse and challenging situations to reach their optimum potential.

Core Purpose

To develop an educational programme and environment which nurtures boys and girls who will endeavour to be good citizens and distinguish themselves in all walks of life.

Founder and History of the School

Cambridge School was founded on the 7th of April 1931 in a small flat in Qutub Road, Delhi. It moved soon after to 21 Daryaganj and — as it grew – to 2 Daryaganj. By the nineteen forties it had already established itself as one of the foremost schools in the city.

Cambridge School Delhi — thus named because it was the first school to send students up for the senior Cambridge examination — acquired its own campus in Srinivaspuri. The foundation stone of the building, designed by the well-known architect Cyrus Jhabvala and was laid in 1961 by the then Vice President of India, Dr. S. Radhakrishnan; and the building was inaugurated by Smt. Indira Gandhi, who was the then Minister for Information and Broadcasting in 1963.

Mr. Deb was the Principal of the School till 1964. He himself was deeply read and widely informed but he never left the shores of India. The School’s motto — We Learn to Serve — reflects his deep conviction that a true education is one that reaches its apogee in service to society. That aim requires the development of character, curiosity, and self-awareness, the three main aims of an enlightened school. Mr. Deb continued to work till well into his eighties A strict but kind man, generations of boys, girls and teachers remember him with reverence.

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    • Activity-based learning

    • We encourage our students to experiment and go beyond the normal learning methodologies and promote personal learning experience through practical activities and real-time problem-solving drills.

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    • All-round Development

    • We believe that the development of students is not only limited to their academic progress but involves their physical and psychological growth. The school offers a wide horizon of opportunities to help the children unfurl their true selves and develop to their full potential.

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    • Varying teaching modalities

    • We have practically shifted from blackboard to digital board with the aim of staying up to date with the ever-changing teaching styles to give our students the best of all.

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    • Campus Safety

    • The 11-acre campus is fully secured with world-class CCTV surveillance and security facilities to ensure the safety of each and every child.

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    • Academic Brilliance

    • We encourage our students to thrive towards academic excellence by offering seamless guidance and motivation. Their progress is tracked by weekly assessments and tests that also help us to focus on their individual shortcomings

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    • Healthy Student-Teacher Balance

    • Different students can have varied learning styles. With the aim of giving individual attention to the specific needs of the sudents with have maintained a healthy ratio of 1 teacher for 20 students.

Why Cambridge School

Frequently Asked Questions

The school is up to which class?

Class Nursery to XII

Which board is the school affiliated to and how the curriculum is framed?

The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). We have a specially designed curriculum for Pre Primary and Primary classes mapped to the guidelines of NEP 2020, National Council of Educational Research and Training NCERT and learning outcomes prescribed by CBSE. The activity-based curriculum is designed by our team of academic advisors and teachers.

The middle school curriculum is based on the syllabus prescribed by NCERT. It encourages students to work on projects and application of knowledge in a real situation through various multiple subject enrichment activities.

The secondary and senior school curriculum is completely based on the curriculum prescribed by CBSE.

What are the school timings for pre-primary?

Pre-Primary Classes 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
For Other Classes 8:00 a.m. to 2:10 p.m.

Which areas are covered by school transport?

The school transport caters to more than 37 routes in and around Noida, Indrapuram, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad and Delhi. The following areas covered by the school bus for PRE-PRIMARY
Noida Sectors - 11,12,14,15,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,31,33,34,
Delhi - Mayur Vihar Phase I, III, Vasundhara Enclave & New Ashok Nagar.

When can I talk to the teachers?

Teachers are busy settling their classes first thing in the morning and can only
receive the briefest of messages at that time. They are more easily available at the end of the day when they have dismissed their classes. Teachers are happy to make appointments to see you if you would like a longer chat.
Teachers also meet parents on PTMs.

  • With prior appointment after or before school
  • PTM
  • On working Saturdays

What accommodations does the school provide for children with special needs?

We can meet a variety of special needs in school. Please discuss your child’s needs with the teacher. The Special Educational Needs Counsellor will be happy to meet with you to discuss specific concerns.

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