IGCSE, A1 and A2 levels are the board exams conducted for grades 9-12 under the Cambridge Assessment International Educational program which is a part of the University of Cambridge. The Cambridge program offers an international pre-university curriculum and examination system that prepares 5-19 year olds to develop an informed curiosity and a passion for education to excel.
The primary school curriculum is based on ICSE standards which celebrates the uniqueness of the child as it articulates each child’s personality, intelligence and potential for development. The core subjects include English, Tamil, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspective, Computer Science and Art & design. Students do not carry their books home.
Junior school curriculum introduces children to Social Sciences, SUPW & French in addition to the core subjects which are English, Tamil, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspective, Computer Science and Art & design. Students will get to explore a little more compared to the Primary school and they do not have to carry their books home.
The Middle School programme is for the learners of the age group 11-14. It helps in preparing students for the next step in education, providing a clear path as they progress and develop skill and understanding in Mathematics, English, Tamil, Geography, History, French and Science. Students are encouraged to carry the required books home leaving the remaining in the locker provided at school.
High School programme designed for learners of the age group 14-16, is characterized by a focused approach with specialist teachers for all subjects. Career guidance is given to aid them with vital information on learning options and routes for progression through different streams of choice. This is student centric and enquiry based approach which ensures that not only students develop knowledge and skills but also prepares them for the rigours of examination. At the end of the Cambridge Secondary 2 assessments, learners gain Cambridge IGCSE qualification which is considered equivalent to UK General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).
The Higher Secondary or the Cambridge Advanced level includes the Cambridge International A1 and A2 level which is typically for learners of age 16-19. This is considered as the ‘gold standard’ of Cambridge qualifications which includes advanced studies to prepare for university and higher education. It is accepted as an entry qualification by universities’ of the European Union and elsewhere around the world. A levels are highly specialized and is usually taken after 13years of education approximately 360 hours of guided learning per subject.
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