Students may choose either Core and Extended Curriculum for English, Math and Science. The core curriculum is an overview of the subject and is suitable for students expected to achieve Grades C to G. The extended curriculum is like a specialization in that subject. It is more challenging and designed for students who are expected to achieve grades A* to C. Besides the five papers required for obtaining the IGCSE certificate, if students attempt and clear seven or more papers, they are awarded the International Certificate of Education (ICE), a group award of Cambridge IGCSE.
Choice of Subjects
Cambridge IGCSE includes over 70 subjects in five curriculum areas to cater to varying learning needs across countries. Cambridge Curriculum schools can offer them in a range of combinations. Sancta Maria International School offers the below mentioned subject combinations for the Cambridge IGCSE/ICE Curriculum.
Cambridge Upper Secondary: IGCSE (Grade 9 & Grade 10)
|Group 1 (Languages)||Group 2 (Humanities and Social Sciences)||Group 3 (Sciences)||Group 4 (Mathematics)||Group 5 (Creative and Professional)|
|English (First Language)||Economics||Physics||Mathematics||Business Studies|
|Cambridge Global Perspectives (GP)||Chemistry||Additional Mathematics||Accounting|
|Hindi Or French Or Spanish (2nd language)||Environmental Management (EM)||Biology||Computer Science (CS)|
|Art & Design|
|Physical Education (PE)
Please note that the above mentioned subjects can be offered only if there are a minimum number of 5 students opting for it to create a group relevant to the syllabus requirement.
Cambridge Advanced: AS and A Level (Grade 11 & Grade 12)
|Group (Core)||Group 1 (Mathematics & Sciences)||Group 2 (Languages)||Group 3 (Art & Humanities)||Group 4 (Interdisciplinary subjects)|
|Global Perspectives & Research (GP)||Mathematics||English Language||Business||General English Paper|
|Chemistry||Art & Design|
|Computer Science (CS)|
Please note that the above mentioned subjects can be offered only if there are a minimum number of 3 students opting for it to create a group relevant to the syllabus requirement.