Upper School (IGCSEs)
Upper School History

Studying History helps in understanding how people have evolved with the rise and fall of civilisations. The IGCSE History curriculum uses various methods and tools to analyse the diversity of human experience and find out what makes people unique.

Historians have used various sources to weave together complex and critical perspectives on the past. By studying history, students can examine how the past has affected our present and future. Cambridge Home School Online provides high-quality online education for motivated, English-speaking students worldwide to help them receive the best guidance in preparation for their Upper School/IGCSE History exam.

Course Details

Curriculum

  • CIE IGCSE 0977 History

Duration

  • 2 Year

Delivery Method

  • LIVE online classes of 8-10 students

Start Date

  • September – July (Rolling enrolment throughout the year

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How We Stand Out

Cambridge Home School Online utilises many teaching methods to ensure that your child not only gets the best possible education but also garners a passion for the subject that broadens their scientific literacy.

Our resources include audio-visual lectures, case studies, and mock exams that help your child adhere to correct grammar usage. Teachers deliver a high-quality online classroom experience that prepares children for academic success and their ability to reason. Thorough explanations and up-to-date material allow children to learn about historical events and recall and apply knowledge quickly.

By developing a logical framework for learning history, children will be able to answer questions confidently and develop an argument. We also encourage students to apply concepts taught to present-day scenarios to help them understand historical events more accurately.

Why Choose Cambridge Home School Online?

Unmatched Academic Support

At Cambridge Home School Online, we have a team of highly-trained and experienced subject-specialist teachers. Often, the curriculum for students is homogenised and doesn’t take modern trends into account. Students are often not given the attention they require from their teachers, which can affect their learning and retention capabilities. Having too many students in the same classroom also makes it difficult for teachers to track their academic progress as well.

Small Classroom Size

To ensure that students are given the attention they need to learn and retain information, our classes are divided into small groups of 8–10 students. We believe that students perform better academically when they receive the attention of their teachers. In most conventional schools, the student-teacher ratio is high. This means that too many students are in class, and it can prevent a learning environment from being engaging, interactive, stimulating, and retentive.

Pastoral Support

Our school counsellors are present to help students manage their academic and non-academic needs. They build trust by providing support, thereby helping the school understand the child’s specific needs so they can pay attention in class. Today’s students are more prone to experiencing stress and anxiety due to the endless variety of factors that can affect their academic performance. This is especially the case for lower school students who are under pressure to secure top grades to get into their university of choice. By integrating students’ needs into our curriculum design, we’re able to provide them with a healthy and supportive learning environment.

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About The Teacher

Mr Alergant MA

Madame Langvillier leads our French language department, providing her expertise to students of Lower School, IGCSE and A-Level. She holds a passion for teaching that translates exceptionally onto her lectures. She has received great praise from both parents and students for the same.

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