Upper School (IGCSEs)

IGCSE Economics


The International GCSE Economics syllabus is designed to develop an awareness and understanding of how consumers, producers and governments interact in markets nationally and internationally. This highly valued qualification will introduce students to key economic concepts and help them to develop an appropriate range of analytical, critical and reasoning skills used by economists.

The International GCSE Economics syllabus enables students to progress on to AS/A Level and eventually university.


Teacher assessments are continuous during LIVE TAUGHT lessons, marking of coursework and assignments and summative tests.


Homework will be given at the end of each week, usually in the form of problems to solve, researching key concepts.


Parents have 24 /7 access to all of their children’s coursework. Additionally the school holds 3 parent consultations per year – one each term.

This International GCSE is well-regarded among colleges and universities as it is well-rounded, allowing learners to have a grasp of key topics giving a firm basis from which to springboard into A-level and beyond.

1. Basic economic ideas and resource allocation

2. The price system and the micro economy

3. Government microeconomic intervention

4. The macro economy

5. Government macro intervention

Complete Economics for Cambridge IGCSE and O Level: Students of Cambridge IGCSE & O Level Economics by Dan Moynihan (Author) and Brian Titley (Author); published by Oxford University Press (ISBN: 978-0198409700)

Parents are responsible for arranging their child’s examinations at their local registered examination centre. Cambridge Home School students study from every part of the globe and so it is not practical for the school to offer a single venue to sit examinations. Consequently, Cambridge Home School is not registered with Cambridge International Examinations but has partnerships with examination centres registered with Cambridge International Examinations, Edexcel, OCR, AQA and will support students in locating a suitable venue for sitting their written and practical examinations.

The Teacher

From Mr. Nawaz

Hi. I am Head of Economics at Cambridge Home School. I have a degree in Business Management and Finance, and I am a qualified secondary school teacher (PGCE) specialising in Business Studies. I hаve been а teаcher fоr 5 yeаrs аnd hаve delivered а wide rаnge оf quаlificаtiоns in the Business and Ecоnоmics sectоrs.

I have a track record of supporting students to exceptional grades and progression to elite universities.

Mr Nawaz Cambridge Home School