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Secondary School Curriculum
All public and private grant-aided secondary schools follow the national curriculum, prescribed by the Ministry for Grades 7 to 9 (Lower Secondary).
Studies in Grades 10-11 and in Grades 12-13 are according to the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) General Certificate of Education (GCE) syllabi for ‘O’ level and ‘A’ level respectively.
The national curriculum for Grades 7 to 9 is prescribed within the National Curriculum Framework Grades 7 to 9. It is a seamless and progressive continuation of the curriculum for Grades 1-6 and aims at providing a broad-based, inclusive, holistic and comprehensive education. Fundamentally, it represents the body of knowledge to be engaged with, as well as skills, attitudes and values to be developed by all students at the end of the Nine-Year Continuous Basic Education cycle.
The subjects taught in schools in Grades 7 to 9 are as follows:
English – including oral skills and literature
French - including oral skills and literature
Science - Chemistry, Physics and Biology
Information and Communication Technology
Technology Studies (Design & Technology and Food & Textile Studies)
Business and Entrepreneurship Education (Entrepreneurship, Economics and Accounts)
Social and Modern Studies (History, Geography and Sociology)
Art and Design
Optional language (An Asian Language or Arabic or Kreol Morisien)
Life Skills and Values
Teaching and learning syllabi, e-books and other learning resources
Note: Some Private Fee-paying Secondary Schools also offer the same studies while others propose various programmes and curricula.
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