New World International School starts learners on an exciting educational journey in their primary years, helping them to become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. Emphasis is placed on the further acquisitions of skills and understanding in all curriculum areas. We provide a broad and balanced education for your learners, helping them to thrive throughout their schooling, work and life.
With 10 subjects to choose from, including English, mathematics and science, our primary programme provides excellent foundations for the next stage of education, as well as plenty of opportunities to develop creativity, expression and personal wellbeing in a variety of ways.
We firmly believe in equipping our young 21st Century learner with the relevant skills and knowledge needed for their future. Our primary programme is part of the Cambridge Pathway. The four stages lead seamlessly from primary to secondary and pre-university years. Each stage builds on the learners’ development from the previous one or from other educational systems
We have built Cambridge Primary around what matters most to our schools and learners around the world:
A range of subjects makes sure that teaching and learning appeal to many different students and prepares them for future learning by introducing them to new topics. Teachers enjoy a stimulating and varied curriculum, which challenges and inspires students to be lifelong learners
New World International School encourages learners to understand their own culture, community and identity within the wider world.
We make sure that the programme, from curriculum to teaching, learning and assessment, is aligned and informed by the latest research.
New World International School – Middle School is typically for learners aged 11 to 14 years. We prepare students for the next step of their education, steering them to become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged.
We provide a broad and balanced education for your learners, helping them to thrive throughout their schooling, work and life. With 10 subjects to choose from, including English, Mathematics and Science, our middle school programme provides a clear path for the next stage of education, as well as plenty of opportunities to develop creativity, expression and personal wellbeing in a variety of ways.
Our middle school programme is part of the Cambridge Pathway. The four stages lead seamlessly from primary to secondary and pre-university years. Each stage builds on learners’ development from the previous one or from other educational systems:
We have built our middle school around what matters most to our learners:
With a choice of 10 subjects, a wide range of support and optional assessments, you will find plenty to help you deliver core subjects as well as develop creativity, expression and wellbeing.
A range of subjects makes sure that teaching and learning appeals to many different students and prepares them for the future by introducing them to new topics. Teachers enjoy a stimulating and varied curriculum, which challenges and inspires students to be lifelong learners.
NWIS middle school helps prepare learners for the next step of their education, providing a clear path as they progress through the Cambridge Pathway in an age-appropriate way.
NWIS encourages learners to understand their own culture, community and identity within the wider world.
We want to celebrate local culture while helping learners to discuss global issues. Activities in our schemes of work are internationally focused but they can be applied in all local contexts so that learners can develop a broad outlook.
NWIS will foster your children’s growth and empower them to fulfill their potential. Our graduates will have the opportunity to change their world and therefore need to develop the values to guide action alongside the tools to be effective. NWIS brings you a quick Cambridge IGCSE subjects guide so that students and parents can make informed choices after they read, understand and confidently choose the subjects as.
IGCSE is the abbreviation of International General Certificate of Secondary Education. It is tailored for a wider ability range of students with a broader grading system and offers more subject options for learners.
Generally speaking, IGCSE is more well-known than O Level around the world and is in fact the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. As of September 2020, Cambridge IGCSE was taken in over 150 countries and in more than 4800 schools around the world. Students typically study 5 to 8 subjects at IGCSE depending on the university requirements and the qualifications are internationally recognized.
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Students of IGCSE (Grade IX batch 2021 - 2022) have to fulfill the criteria of the Universities of their respective countries or the Universities where they will pursue their studies after ‘A’ Levels.
Egyptian Universities require the total number of eight ‘IGCSE’ level subjects and two ‘A’ levels or four AS levels with proof of 12 years of schooling.
Jordanian Universities require at least six IGCSE/GCSE subjects and two ‘A’ level subjects. Both Egyptian and Jordanian Universities need Arab students to do ‘Arabic’ as First Language.
Parents are requested to check out the requirements of the Universities before they finally decide.
If Pakistani students plan to go back to their home country after (“O” Levels), they need a minimum of 5 subjects with Islamiyat, Pakistan Studies and Urdu included in their list.
To suit the individual needs and requirements of our students, NWIS offers the following subjects catering to the Science and Commerce fields. Accounting, Business and Economics (apart from the core subjects) will be covered in the Commerce Stream. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Information Technology and Computer Science make up the Science Stream. English, Math, Arabic/Urdu are compulsory.
It is important that you choose your subjects wisely. Before you consider which subjects to select, research a range of universities and career options so that the subjects you select satisfy the entry requirements. Think about which subjects are the perquisites for further study or your career path. Find out more about IGCSE/AS/A Level subjects by clicking this official website of university of Cambridge (www.cambridgeinternational.org)
NWIS teachers help the students achieve their highest potential, by identifying their learning capabilities, weaknesses and gaps in their knowledge and bring in research based interventions, use of technology and digital tools.
Build yourself a revision timetable two month or three before your IGCSE examinations. List all the IGCSE subjects and topics tested for the exam. Make sure to designate sufficient time for all your subjects especially the weaker subjects.
Use tools like mind maps or note taking to help you connect and summarise ideas. They help you to structure information in a logical and coherent manner. It will help you to remember or memorie information easier.
It is best to know what type of studying environment and studying tools suit you the most. This is because it will improve your studying pattern and allow you to remember information and grasp easier.
Run through as many past IGCSE, AS and A Level papers as you can. Practising past papers will help you become familiar with the exam question structure and style as well as exam format. Questions in your textbook mostly test on the fundamentals concepts whereas practice papers are the real deal.
Have a good night’s rest the day before your examinations. Double check all the necessary materials required and details of the exam before the examinations. Skip questions that you are unsure of and go back to them after you have finished the paper.
Students can go on forums to discuss questions or concepts with other IGCSE students. There are many online resources that are free to access and use. They are all easily accessible and downloadable notes/resources for studying/revision.