The following IGCSE papers (below) are available for free download.
Weekly Homework Sheet
Are you worried that your child is not getting enough Science and Maths practice?
With so many subjects, is your child feeling overwhelmed and putting off work because they don’t know where to start?
Here’s how you can easily support your child to get ahead for one hour every weekend.
- Extra Homework: We provide free weekly IGCSE Science and Maths homework on Fridays for your child to work through and practice over the weekend.
- Clear Worked Solutions: Sent to you on Sunday afternoons, allowing your child to check their work easily and quickly.
- Using Time Wisely: We know that with so many subjects, preparing for IGCSEs is a stressful and difficult time. Use the weekends and holidays most effectively to reduce the pressure.
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IGCSEs (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) are a relatively recent introduction. They are increasingly being adopted by schools for Maths, English and Science as an alternative to the GCSE. They are commonly regarded as being “tougher” and more rigorous than GCSEs, and believed to provide a better path into A Level study.
The IGCSE was developed by University of Cambridge International Examinations in 1985. This specification is popular internationally (and at International Schools in the UK), however most schools in England are taking the specifications offered by Edexcel and AQA.
Edexcel have offered their IGCSE since 2009, and AQA have offered their IGCSE since 2011.
Our resources are developed for 15-16 year olds, and have been developed as part of a student’s preparation for the IGCSE Science and Maths Exams.
If you have any questions regarding the IGCSE, please speak with your tutor or contact us directly.
IGCSE files available for download from the Examination Board websites, given below: