Key Stage 4 (KS4) is the second stage of Secondary School, a phase of education for 14-16 year old students. Year 10 and 11 make up KS4. Students will usually enter from KS3, Lower Secondary . KS4 is also known as Upper Secondary. KS4 provides a two-year pathway of learning in order to complete IGCSE examinations.The Cambridge IGCSE curriculum offers a variety of routes for learners with a wide range of abilities, including those whose first language is not English.
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Cambridge IGCSE study helps improve performance by developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving. It is the perfect springboard to advanced study.
We offer various IGCSE choices; over 15 syllabus available for students to choose as options.
Secondary Music Courses in CIST enhance student understanding and appreciation of music through the development of practical skills and creative work. Students extend their creative problem-solving skills, individual and cooperative work habits and knowledge of themselves and others.
Music classes in CIST include: Guitar, Instrumental (Band), Keyboard, Music for Creation/Composition, Music and Computers and Vocal music.
Drama is incorporated into the curriculum. We believe that enthusiastic students who learn to speak out clearly and relate confidently with others will have an inside track to lifetime success.
Your child will get the opportunity to develop at their own pace, with plenty of positive encouragement. Our drama classes are using a wide range of unique drama activities to focus the bold, outspoken child and to draw out the quiet child or the inarticulate child and help them reach into themselves to discover their full potential.
School trips are a fantastic opportunity to head on an adventure and learn outside of the classroom.
For secondary students, heading on a secondary school tour offers the chance to experience independence, create bonds with their classmates and to enhance their examination scores while creating great memories along the way.
IGCSE students will choose a minimum of five core subjects including English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. In addition, to take into account differing abilities, there is a choice between Core and Extended curriculum papers in some subjects.
Any student who takes an IGCSE subject will be gaining a qualification that is recognised globally.
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The Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) curriculum is used to teach students, those from 14 to 16 years old (Key Stage 4). CIST’s goal is to prepare its students for future academic success, including progression to A Levels or other national pre-university qualifications. It arms students with the skills needed for future study and the program of study involves both practical and theoretical learning experiences which are planned within a regional context.