FloMont offers the IGCSE board for our higher grades. Cambridge programmes and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research.
The four stages of the Cambridge Pathway lead seamlessly from primary through secondary and pre-university years. Schools can shape the curriculum around how they want students to learn.
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Cambridge board is an umbrella term used for the curriculum that is designed by the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). Recognized worldwide, the board curriculum provides education to the category of students from 5-19 years of age. The board provides the schools with a choice of designing their curriculum from a broad range of subjects, keeping in mind the country’s ethos, culture, and traditions. It aspires to provide the kind of education that generates curiosity in the students, develop a desire for learning, and provide them the chance to move in the direction where they discover new possibilities and develop varied skills.
The International General Certificate of Secondary Education or IGCSE is an international board that is opted by students from various nationalities. Generally, the students who want to study in England or are residents of England opt for this. The curriculum of the IGCSE board is designed to align the educational standards with GCSE in England so as to impart knowledge to students in the bracket of 14-16 years of age. The students are also offered a choice amongst a broad category of subjects.
Cambridge O Level
In this Cambridge board, the O Level qualifications are provided for relatively specific areas of study. This can be understood with the help of the points mentioned below: