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The School Support Hub is our secure online site for teachers at Cambridge schools where you can find all the support you need to teach our programmes in one easy place.
If you have never had an account for the School Support Hub, speak to the School Support Coordinator at your school, and they will help set one up for you.
We’re always developing new support materials to help teachers deliver Cambridge programmes successfully in the classroom. Here are some of the latest resources available on the School Support Hub.
Cambridge IGCSE / IGCSE (9–1) Literature in English 0475 / 0992 (for examination from 2020).
These guides help prepare teachers and learners for the transition from Cambridge IGCSE to Cambridge International AS & A Level. They contain an outline of the key differences between the IGCSE and the AS & A Level courses in content and assessment, common questions asked by learners, suggested resources and an example classroom activity.
We have just published new guides for the syllabuses below. You can find them on the relevant Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level subject pages.
These two-page documents outline all curriculum support on offer for particular syllabuses. New guides are now available for the following syllabuses: