Movement in and out of cells

The chemicals of life


Plant nutrition

Animal nutrition

Transport in plants

Transport in animals

Pathogens and immunity

Respiration and gas exchange


Coordination and response



Reproduction in plants

Reproduction in humans


Variation and natural selection

Organisms and their environment

Humans and the environment



Making measurements

Describing motion

Forces and motion

Turning effects of forces

Forces and matter

Energy transformations and energy transfers

Energy resources

Work and power

The kinetic model of matter

Thermal properties of matter

Thermal (heat) energy transfers



Properties of waves



Static electricity

Electrical quantities

Electric circuits

Electromagnetic forces

Electromagnetic induction

The nuclear atom


Grade 9th

Building your skills: Poetry

Building your skills: Prose

Building your skills: Drama

Consolidating your writing skills

Grade 9th

Travel and Sport

Work and Education

People and Society

Ideas and Technology

Directed Writing


Speaking and Listening

Grade 9th

People of the World

Celebrations around the World

The Natural Environment

The life of an Astronaut

Social Media

Art Traditions

Sports and Games


Endangered Species


Grade 9th

The basic economic problem

~The nature of the economic problem
~Factors of production
~Opportunity cost
~Production possibility curves

The allocation of resources

~Microeconomics and macroeconomics
~The role of markets in allocating resources
~Price determination
~Causes of price changes
~Price elasticity of demand
~Price elasticity of supply
~Market economic system
~Market failure
~Mixed economic system

Microeconomic decision makers

~Money and banking
~Trade unions
~Firms and production
~Firms’ costs, revenue and objectives
~Market structure

Government and the macroeconomy

~The role of government
~The macroeconomic aims of government
~Fiscal policy
~Monetary policy
~Supply-side policy
~Economic growth
~Employment and unemployment
~Inflation and deflation

Economic development

~Living standards
~Differences in economic development between countries

International trade and globalisation

~International specialisation
~Free trade and protection
~Foreign exchange rates
~Current account of the balance of payments
Grade 9th

I. Understanding business activity:

1. Business activity
2. Classification of businesses
3. Enterprise, business growth and size
4. Types of business organisation
5. Business objectives and stakeholder objectives

II. People in business: 6. Motivating workers

7. Organisation and management
8. Recruitment, selection and training of employees
9. Internal and external communication

III. Marketing:

10. Marketing, competition and the customer
11. Market research
12. Marketing mix: product and price
13. Marketing mix: place and promotion
14. Marketing strategy

IV. Operations management:

15. Production of goods and services
16. Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis
17. Achieving quality production
18. Location decisions

V. Financial information and decisions:

19. Business finance: needs and sources
20. Cash-flow forecasting and working capital
21. Income statements
22. Statement of financial position
23. Analysis of accounts

VI. External influences on business activity:

24. Economic issues
25. Environmental and ethical issues
26. Business and the international economy
Grade 9th

What is the big picture of the 20th Century?

The First World War 1914-18

Were the peace treaties of 1919-1923 fair?

To what extent was the League of Nations a success?

Why had international peace collapsed by 1939?

Who was to blame for the Cold War?

How effectively did the USA contain the spread of Communism?

How secure was the USSR’s control over Eastern Europe, 1948-c.1989?

Why did events in the Gulf matter, c.1970-2000?

The First World War 1914-18

Germany 1914-45

Russia 1905-41

The USA 1919-41


World population increase

Over-population and under-population

Causes of a change in population size

Population change

Population policies

Population migration

The impacts of migration

Finding out about the population

Factors influencing population density

Settlement patterns

Settlement sites, growth and functions

Settlement hierarchy

Urban land use

Urban problems and solutions

Rapid urban growth

Impacts of urban growth

Types and features of earthquakes and volcanoes

Plate tectonics

Causes and effects of earthquakes and volcanoes

Volcanoes present hazards and opportunities

Reducing the impacts

Rivers and drainage basins

The work of rivers

River landforms 1

River landforms 2

Rivers–hazards and opportunities

Managing river flooding

The work of the sea

Coastal landforms created by erosion

Coastal landforms created by deposition

Coral reefs and mangrove swamps

Hazards and opportunities

Managing coastal erosion

Collecting weather data 1

Collecting weather data 2

Using weather data

Using weather and climate data

The equatorial climate

Tropical rainforest ecosystems

Rainforest deforestation

Hot desert climates

Hot desert ecosystems

Indicators of development

Identifying inequalities

Classifying production

Employment structure varies


Agricultural systems

Food shortages

Industrial systems

Industrial location

The growth of tourism

The benefits and disadvantages of tourism

Managing Tourism for sustainability

Energy use varies

Nuclear power or renewables

Using water

Managing water

Economic activities pose threats

Managing sustainable development

Conserving natural resources

Map skills

Indian Studies

I. Sustaining Indian Democracy:

1. Democracy by coalition: ‘a new start’
2. Indian political system at work
3. Threats to democracy
4. Political participation

II. Economic Development:

1. Introduction to economic growth and economic development
2: How is the policy of economic liberalization in India best explained?
3. Economic reforms in India
4. How far has economic liberalization changed India?
5. To what extent have economic reforms been too modest and its human benefits too uneven?

III. The Social and Cultural Development of India since 1984

IV. Geopolitics: Redefining India’s Regional and Global Role.

Global Perspectives

I. Information skills:


II. Critical thinking skills:

Drawing conclusions
Bias and vested interest
Statements of argument – fact, opinion, prediction and value judgement
Problem solving

III. Independent learning skills:


IV. Collaboration skills:


V. Communication skills:


Theory and methods

Culture, identity and socialisation

Social inequality

The family


Crime, deviance and social control

The media


Reviewing number concepts

Making sense of algebra

Lines, angles and shapes

Collecting, organising and displaying data

Fractions and standard form

Equations and transforming formulae

Perimeter, area and volume

Introduction to probability

Sequences and sets

Straight lines and quadratic equations

Pythagoras’ theorem and similar shapes

Averages and measures of speed

Understanding measurement

Further solving of equations and inequalities

Scale drawings, bearings and trigonometry

Scatter diagrams and correlation

Managing money

Curved graphs


Histograms and frequency distribution diagrams

Unit 6. 21. Ratio, rate and proportion

More equations, formulae and functions

Vectors and transformations

Probability using tree diagrams and Venn diagrams


Mon quotidien

La pleine forme

Une famille à l’étranger

Faites la fête !

Ma ville, demain… ?

La nature – amie, ennemie ou victime ?

Bonjour de Francophonie !

L’école, et après ?

Au travail !

À l’écoute du monde

En voyage !

Jeune au XXIe siècle


Mi mundo

Vida personal y social

Mis vacaciones y viajes

Mi mundo professional

El mundo que nos rodea

Nuestro mundo

Grade 9th

Everyday activities

Personal and social life

The world around us

The world of work

International world

Information and Communication Technology

Types and components of computing system

Input and output devices

Storage devices and media

Networks and effects of using them

Effects of using ICT

ICT Applications

Systems life cycle

Safety and Security





What is the exam syllabus for IGCSE grade 10th?

1. Physics: Covers measurement, forces, energy, motion, matter, electricity, magnetism, and nuclear physics.

2. Chemistry: Explores matter, chemical reactions, acids, bases, organic chemistry, and chemical analysis.

3. Biology: Covers topics like cells, nutrition, immunity, reproduction, genetics, and biotechnology.

4. Mathematics: Includes algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability.

5. English: Focuses on reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, and writing skills.

These subjects provide a comprehensive foundation in science, mathematics, and language arts at the Class 10 level.

Where to download past papers of IGCSE grade 10th?

Past papers are the best way to prepare students for the experience of an examination. Past papers are available from Cambridge Primary to Cambridge Advanced and as a Cambridge school, you have access to all our past examination materials.

What are the subjects in IGCSE grade 10th?

Here are the subject names covered in the IGCSE Class 10 curriculum:






And many more

What is the IGCSE exam?

The IGCSE, an English-language exam by the University of Cambridge, is globally recognized. It offers diverse opportunities for local and international study. Edexcel and OxfordAQA also offer IGCSEs. Each subject taken leads to an IGCSE qualification. Core subjects often include First Language, Second Language, Mathematics, and Sciences.

What are the advantages of IGCSE?

If you are a parent looking for the best school for your child, the options available are numerous. But the most important decision you may have to make is to choose the right board of education for your child. Recently, IGCSE board schools seem to have gained popularity and as a parent, you would definitely want to know the advantages of sending your child to one of the best IGCSE schools in India. IGCSE offers students multiple levels of advantages, some of which are : 

  • Recognition by Universities abroad 

Studying in IGCSE schools acts as a passport to the best international universities across the globe. The curriculum would definitely equip and prepare your child with the skillset necessary to tackle the challenges of academics in an international university. 

  • Focused on a learner centric approach

IGCSE places the student at the center of the course. Teaching and learning practices that are used to optimize the way a student learns is given primary attention. The individual needs and capabilities are given priority in IGCSE. 

  • Focused on Inquiry based learning 

IGCSE promotes learning through exploring and relates concepts to real life with curiosity playing a key role. Students are encouraged to investigate issues, develop questions and analyses that will help them understand the world better.

  • Belonging to a Global Community 

Cambridge teachers and students are a part of a global community that shares resources, information and ideas. This takes learning to a completely new level. 

  • Rigorous Assessment 

The assessments conducted by IGCSE are most reliable and trusted. They are fair and flexible. The assessments focus on conceptual learning, promoting the development of higher order thinking skills among the learners.

What are the subject groups in IGCSE?

In IGCSE, there are five Subject Groups with a wide range of subjects to choose from:
Group 1: Languages (First Language, Second Language, Foreign Language, etc)
Group 2: Humanities and Social Sciences (Geography, English Literature, History, etc)
Group 3: Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, etc)
Group 4: Mathematics (Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, etc)
Group 5: Creative, Technical and Vocational (Accounting, Business Studies, Computer Studies, Music, etc)

What is the IGCSE grading system?

The IGCSE grading system is well-apprehended by students and parents and recognized by universities and colleges worldwide. 7 letter grades are used in the IGCSE grading system: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, with A being the top grade.

How are IGCSE grades determined?

IGCSE grades are determined based on a student’s performance in internal and external assessments across various subjects.

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