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The Cambridge Upper Secondary is a two-year course of study comprising Grades 9 and 10 for students aged 14 to 16 years. This programme caters to the needs of the students with diverse interests and abilities and who are ready to move around the world.
Successful students receive an internationally recognized qualification, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) which is equivalent in standard to the international GCE Ordinary level and British GCSE examination.
The curriculum is suitable for students of all nationalities and all levels of ability. It provides an ideal preparation for higher level courses such as the Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), international GCE Advanced level, SAT and APT, International Baccalaureate and for vocational training and employment. IGCSE is a qualification based on examinations in individual subjects of study, with IGCSE qualifications and grades issued for each subject taken, much like Advanced Placement examinations in the United States.
In Cambridge IGCSE, the core curriculum is designed to be accessible for all children. The Extended curriculum is available for students who are highly capable and highly motivated. All students take a balanced programme of subjects to establish the foundation of knowledge and to enable an informed choice of elective subjects in later years.
IGCSE covers a broad range of subjects with Syllabus which are flexible, well structured, engaging & up-to-date; motivating students to learn and to apply their knowledge. This is regularly reviewed to keep track of the student’s progress throughout the year.
*Minimum five subjects must be taken. English and Mathematics are compulsory.
The Cambridge International Certificate of Education (ICE) is a group award designed for schools to offer a broad and balanced curriculum. It allows students to demonstrate competence across a wide range of subjects and skills.
Students who wish to apply for the Cambridge ICE:
The ICE may be awarded at one of the three levels – Distinction, Merit and Pass based on the grades scored by the student.
Note: Able students have the option of engaging all 3 Science subjects or additional Humanities subjects. (The minimum enrolment required to offer a subject is five candidates)
Young learners of CPS Global experience a spread of co-curricular and extra curricular opportunities that nurture and celebrate individual character, help develop social skills to get along with others, whilst building self-esteem and self-reliance. Together young hearts and minds are moulded to be resilient, respect people from every walk of life, and choose to make a difference in the lives of others.
We are very much desirous about profile building of every child passing through the doors of CPS Global to acquire the right skills and knowledge they need to reach the futures that are right for them. Our partnerships with both National and International certifying/testing organisations train our students of varied age groups and award qualifications based on the acquired competencies at a pace that suits them. Take a quick glance now.
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