The Edexcel International GCSE in Physics specification is assessed through two exams with no coursework. Covering a systematic body of scientific knowledge, skills and the practical nature of physics, it’s designed as a two-year course for teaching in international schools and colleges
The timetable for 2018-2019 is subject to change as it depends on numbers. 10am – 11.30am: Psychology; Physics 11.35am – 1.05pm: Maths LUNCH 1.45pm – 3.15pm: English Other subjects may be run depending on demand.
GCSE Sociology helps students to gain knowledge and understanding of key social structures, processes and issues through the study of families, education, crime and deviance and social stratification. Students will develop their analytical, assimilation and communication skills by comparing and contrasting perspectives
In addition to helping students acquire subject knowledge, the GCSE Psychology specification: provides a sound understanding of methods and approaches in Psychology at an introductory level illustrates these methods and approaches through various topic areas representing the core areas of social, cognitive, developmental,
Compared to Numeracy, Maths GCSE concentrates on the more involved aspects of Mathematics that develop skills that are frequently required for Scientific and Technical subjects or for further education. The examination has 3 tiers of entry for this qualification, learners
Maths Numeracy GCSE concentrates on the fundamental aspects of Mathematics that may also form an essential skills based required for many other subjects. The examination has 3 tiers of entry for this qualification, learners will sit both unit papers at the chosen
The English Course followed is the Edexcel iGCSE A Syllabus. This is a demanding course requiring detailed knowledge and understanding of selected writers. During the lesson time pupils are introduced to all the anthology extracts comprising of poems, fiction and non-fiction, and