For international primary

The Edexcel International Primary Curriculum is a comprehensive framework that includes sample units, schemes of work, end-of-unit tests and mark schemes. The curriculum framework is delivered with the help of a specification and sample assessment materials, and assessed through Progress and Achievement Tests.

  • Progress Tests are used to monitor pupils’ progress. These tests are internally marked.
  • At the end of Year 6, pupils take an Achievement Test which provides certification. This is externally marked by Pearson.

Progress Tests help you track your pupils’ progress through the curriculum, while Achievement Tests enable your students to gain internationally recognized certification of their achievement.

For International lower secondary

The Edexcel International Lower Secondary Curriculum is a comprehensive framework that includes sample units, schemes of work, end-of-unit tests and mark schemes. The curriculum framework is delivered with the help of a specification and sample assessment materials (SAMs), and assessed through Progress and Achievement Tests.

  • Progress Tests are available for you to order (see details below) to help you monitor your pupils’ progress. These are internally marked.
  • At the end of Year 9, pupils take an Achievement Test which provides certification. This is externally marked by Pearson.

The Edexcel International Lower Secondary Curriculum offers seamless progression for your pupils to International GCSE.

For International GCSE:

The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is a globally recognised qualification, taken at the Class 10 level, similar to the Class 10 examinations of the CBSE and ICSE or the middle years Programme of the IB.

IGCSE, formed in 1988, is a comprehensive two-year programme, spread over Class 9 and 10, and leads to the final examinations offered every year in January and June.

IGCSE offers a wider range of subjects and encourages high academic standards through a practical approach to teaching and learning. Assessment is not limited to conventional written papers and they consist of a variety of tests e.g. oral and listening tests.

The assessment is aimed at a wide ability range of students, with an eight-point grading scale, from A+ to G, with A+ being the highest.

For each subject, the certificate merely indicates the grades scored, and not pass or fail.

Five scores of 'C' or higher indicates a students readiness to pursue +2 level qualifications, like the Class 12 CBSE, IB Diploma, Advanced Placement Diploma (US), etc.

For International Advanced Level

Students usually complete A-levels in two years. In the first year, you study the first half of the A-level, which is called the AS-level. In the second year, you study the A2-level. Your combined result from both years is your A-level grade.

A-levels are assessed by a mixture of practical coursework and exams in both years (AS and A2).

Your exam results are graded on a scale from A* to E.