Grade 8 (Introduction to IGCSE), offers a flexible curriculum with integrated assessment. It builds on the foundations ofCambridge Primary but it is not essential to have completed Cambridge Primary before beginning Grade 8 at Alma Mater.
Cambridge IGCSE (Grades 9 and 10) is typically for learners aged 14 -16 years. Cambridge IGCSE is a globally recognised qualification and provides excellent progression to the next stage of Cambridge International Education – Cambridge Advanced (Grades 11-12) for 16-19 years.
Cambridge Advanced helps learners to develop deep understanding and independent learning and critical thinking skills which universities value highly. It builds on the foundations of IGCSE’s and leads to entry to universities worldwide.
Cambridge Advanced includes Cambridge International AS and A Level (Grades 11 and 12); both focus on equipping learners with skills they need to succeed at university, and as such, are recognised by universities and employers worldwide.