Secondary Curriculum (IGCSE)
Year 10 to 11 (15 to 16 -years old)
IGCSE stands for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education. It is a two-years programme which is externally assessed by (CAIE) leading to an award of certificate that is internationally recognised by all universities and colleges around the world. This curriculum is often updated by Cambridge to meet the demands of this challenging world. Students usually sit for at least eight to nine subjects in one session at the end of grade 11. Any student who passes these exams qualifies to join the AS levels.
FIS currently offers IGCSE courses in the following subjects as listed right.
- Students must choose at least one science subject.
- Minimum class size is 7 students – below this number the subject will not be offered.
- Students will not be permitted to change their subject selection after 30th September.
- English, Mathematics, Physical Education and PSHE are compulsory subjects. English and mathematics are examinable however P.E and PSHE are not.
|Computer science OR Accounting|
|Biology OR Business studies|
|Physics OR History|
|Chemistry OR Economics|
|Geography OR Sociology|
|French OR Kiswahili OR Turkish.|