Deeper Learning and Results
Students in Year 7 and up to Year 11 study the Cambridge International Lower Secondary Curriculum, followed by the Cambridge Upper Secondary International GCSE programme. IGCSE courses typically offered at both King’s College and other Inspired schools include English First Language, English Literature, English as a Second Language, Geography, History, Global Perspectives, French, Spanish, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Art & Design, Music, Mathematics, and Additional Mathematics. Courses will be selected based on student preferences.
Cambridge International GCSEs
IGCSEs are the national British curriculum exams taken at the end of Year 11, and at King’s College School, students will study the Cambridge International version of these. The International GCSE content is more global in its context.
A broad range of subjects is on offer to give a curriculum which accentuates personal enquiry and independent study, as well as appealing to the unique strengths and ambitions of each student.
All students study Maths, English, Spanish, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at IGCSE. In addition, students can choose from the following subjects: Art, Computing, Drama, Economics, Environmental Management, Geography, History, Physical Education and Music.