Enko Nyamunda International School Curriculum
Foundation Course (1 or 2 years)
  • Students study English and Portuguese; plus (in English) Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Mozambique Geography & History, Physical Education and a programme of PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health & Careers Education) are also taught.|
  • There are two years of the Foundation Course (comparable to Grades 8 & 9 in the national system).
  • Students may join after completing Grade 7 or Grade 8 in other schools.
  • Students who progress well can move to the IGCSE Course after one year.
  • Students are assessed monthly, with Cambridge Checkpoint examinations also being taken.
IGCSE Programme (2 years)
Cambridge IGCSE courses are normally studied for two years. Students at Enko Nyamunda International School prepare for 8 subject awards. This qualifies them for Cambridge’s International Certificate of Education. IGCSE subjects studied are:

  • Portuguese as a first language (some students may take Portuguese as a second language)
  • English as a first language or English as a second language
  • Mathematics
  • Coordinated Science (a double award including Biology, Chemistry and Physics)
  • Global Perspectives
  • Economics
  • Information and Communication Technology

In addition, students have lessons in Mozambique Geography & History, Physical Education and PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health & Careers Education).

International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme* (2 years)
The IBDP is the best preparation for universities in the world. [For more information on how universities value the IBDP, click here.]  All IBDP students study six subjects – three at Higher Level and three at Standard Level. The subjects must include at least two languages, mathematics, one science and one humanities subject. Subjects planned for Enko Nyamunda International School* are:

  • Portuguese A: Language & literature (a course for strong users of Portuguese)
  • Portuguese B (for second language users)
  • English A: Language & literature (for strong users of English)
  • English B (for second language users)
  • Spanish ab initio (a beginners’ course)
  • Economics
  • History
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics SL
  • Mathematical studies

In addition, all students follow a course of Theory of Knowledge (ToK), participate in a CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) programme and write a research paper (Extended Essay). Further information on the IBDP is available from the school.

* Enko Nyamunda International School is a candidate school for the Diploma Programme. The school is pursuing authorisation as an IB World School. Authorisation is anticipated in November 2016. For more information about the IB and its programmes, visit www.ibo.org.

More information