University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the world’s largest provider of international qualiﬁcations and offers the Cambridge International Curriculum for 5 – 19 year olds. Cambridge IGCSE is equivalent to the GCSE in the United Kingdom. CIE qualiﬁcations are taken in 195 countries and recognised by universities, educational providers and employers across the world. Currently, GIIS offers the Cambridge curriculum from Classes 1 to 9.
Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) offers a flexible curriculum with integrated assessment for Year 1 – 11 students. The curriculum helps to develop skills and understanding in Mathematics, English and Science so schools can assess learning and reassure parents on progress.
Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP) is offered to Year 7 – 9 students. It builds on the Primary Programme, in order to provide a seamless link in the development of children’s knowledge and skills in English, Math & Science
Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international curriculum for Year 10 & 11 students. It builds on the foundations of Cambridge Secondary, and uses learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning. At GIIS, students will need at least five credits (Grade C and above) to get an admission into the A level (Upper Secondary / Year 12 and 13) course.
The Cambridge International Curriculum (CIC) is based on a set of common principles underpinned by the best educational and assessment practice. It is international in its outlook and commitment.
CIC is based on:
- Quality and coherence delivered through the curriculum
- Guaranteed assessment standards
- High quality resources
- Training and professional development
- A partnership approach
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