IGCSE curriculum

A Cambridge education prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. Schools can shape a Cambridge curriculum around how they want their students to learn, helping them discover new abilities and a wider world. Cambridge students develop the skills they need to achieve at school, university and work.

IGCSE stands for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education. It is a two-year programme leading to externally set, marked and certificated examinations from the University of Cambridge. Any student who takes an IGCSE subject will be gaining a qualification that is recognised globally.

IGCSE Mission

Our mission is to contribute to society by enabling teaching and learning at the highest international levels of excellence.  Education is most powerful when curriculum, assessment, teaching and learning align. Working together for excellence in these areas, supporting schools to help learners grow academically and thrive as the adults of tomorrow.

Prime focus of the board

  • A broad curriculum for a balanced education.

  • A global learner in a local context

  • A flexible approach

  • A robust foundation with excellent progression

  • An aligned programme based on the latest research

  • Balance of physical, cognitive, language & communication, social & emotional development.

  • The activity ideas provided are designed by Indian experts with local and national experts.

  • Guidance for practitioners on how to support multilingual approach.

Cambridge Pathway

Cambridge

Learner Attributes

Empowering Teachers

with Learner centered approaches for teaching

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  • Gaining confidence to experiment and innovate with wide rage of opportunities provided by Digital Technologies.

  • Acquire knowledge and skills about inclusive approaches to teaching and learning through digital technologies.     
  • Selecting appropriate digital technologies to design learning activities specific to developing different skills.
  • Plan, execute and evaluate teaching process more effectively using digital technologies.     
  • Help students to Skill them up with a wide range of 21st Century skills by encouraging

    innovation and collaboration.

Empowering Students - COE

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Our COE aims at students attaining the leaner attributes via activity based learning. They can apply their curriculum knowledge to improve their performance by developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry based learning. They also learn how to develop ideas from initial phase to final solutions towards problem solving.

Curriculum Integrated Activities @ COE

In Accordance with IGCSE Curriculum 

  • Every student learns differently, finds inspiration in different places and communicates ideas uniquely.

  • Everyone Can Create and Code course is designed to introduce the fundamental skills and techniques of coding, video, photography, music and drawing.

  • Our course is designed with activity based learning which is customised based on Cambridge International Curriculum.

  • The activities designed will help the students to understand the core concepts in a better way.

  • Activities done using AR apps will enhance the students learning experience and increases the attention span of students in their classroom.

Skills Imparted

Building up Literacy and Life Skills

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