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See how our students explore global issues, critically analyse them and present their findings in an engaging and informative way in this Global Perspectives showcase.
Cambridge IGCSE Global Perspectives students complete individual and group projects, writing extended essays explaining their approach to their research, how they judged information from various sources, and how they reached their conclusion. They also demonstrate what they have learnt through a broad range of outputs, including presentations, short films, websites, and more. Here we feature just a few examples of student projects.
Colombia | Students at Gimnasio Colombo Británico explore modern ideas of beauty in Colombian society.
India | Students in Bangalore identified a lack of private toilets for girls as a barrier to them attending rural schools.
Argentina | Students in Buenos Aires produced a video exploring their own local situation and how it could be improved.
Singapore | Students at Global Indian International School examined global approaches to gender in advertising.
India | Students in Gujurat explored issues of sexual abuse with research into unwanted sexual attention.
Hong Kong | Students produced a short film documenting their waste clean-up efforts and their creation of awareness-raising artwork