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Developed by Cambridge International Examination (CIE) in 1988, IGCSE is a very popular English language curriculum. Over 10,000 schools in 160 countries are teaching the IGCSE syllabus. It is the most popular international qualification for 14 to 16-year olds offering them more than 70 subjects.
The focus of the IGCSE curriculum is to offer a wide range of options to learners with different types of abilities, including students whose first language is not English. The IGCSE curriculum allows the students to take a minimum of 5 and maximum of 14 subjects. The IGCSE ‘core’ curriculum consists of a First Language, Second Language, Mathematics, and one or more subjects in the area of science. English, Mathematics, and the Sciences are the IGCSE Core subjects. A student can also choose to study other subjects ranging from Social Sciences toArts & Technology. For the schools also the IGCSE curriculum proves to be very flexible and it comes with excellent resources and training. Out of these 70 subjects offered by IGCSE, 30 are languages and the schools can choose to offer them in any combination.
The Canadian Curriculum for Secondary students has specific curriculum documents for the following areas:
Canadian and World Studies
Classical Studies and International Languages
Guidance and Career Education
Health and Physical Education
Social Sciences and Humanities