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Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics encourages learners to develop their mathematical ability as a key life skill, and as a strong basis for further study of mathematics or to support skills in other subjects.
The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
We have updated the subject content and included more examples to better exemplify the depth of teaching required.
One of the papers at each tier is now a dedicated non-calculator paper, allowing candidates to demonstrate more of what they know and can do, without changing the standard and demand of the qualification.
These changes will improve candidates’ overall experience and the accessibility of the papers.
We have made the changes in line with other Cambridge Upper Secondary Mathematics qualifications, supporting those teaching more than one syllabus at this level.
For full details of the changes, please see the 2025-2027 syllabus above or download our factsheet for an overview.
We are developing a comprehensive range of resources to help teachers deliver this updated syllabus.
We aim to provide a scheme of work and other relevant classroom resources. Example Candidate Responses will be available following the first examination in 2025. Visit the School Support Hub from June 2025 onwards for details.
View the latest resources that are being developed by our Endorsement Partners for the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics syllabus (0580).
Marshall Cavendish Education Cambridge IGCSE™ Mathematics Core and Extended (Marshall Cavendish Education)
This series includes both print and digital resources that support active learning for all learners, regardless of English language proficiency. It encourages guided inquiry-based learning through activities and develops mathematical problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
Read more on the Marshall Cavendish Education website
Cambridge IGCSE™ Core Mathematics Fifth Edition (Hodder Education)
Confidently deliver the Core content of the latest Cambridge IGCSE™ Mathematics syllabus (0580/0980). Using an approach to improve mathematical skills, this series emphasises problem solving and solutions, including scaffolding for appropriate levels.
Read more on the Hodder Education
Cambridge IGCSE™ Maths (Fourth Edition) (Collins)
This course provides in-depth coverage of every aspect of the revised Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics syllabuses (0580/0980). It supports and challenges students and aids transition with both the Core and Extended content in one book.
Read more on the Collins website
Cambridge IGCSE™ Mathematics Core and Extended 3rd Edition (Cambridge University Press)
Develop your students’ mathematical knowledge through the ‘spiral’ learning approach, supported by a wealth of practice opportunities, new features that include projects, investigations, collaborative discussions and our digital teaching and learning platform, Cambridge Online Mathematics.
Read more on the Cambridge University Press website
Cambridge IGCSE™ Core and Extended Mathematics Fifth Edition (Hodder Education)
Confidently deliver the full Core and Extended content of the latest Cambridge IGCSE™ Mathematics syllabus (0580/0980). Using an approach to improve mathematical skills, this series emphasises problem solving, solutions and extended questions.
Read more on the Hodder Education website
Please note that if you make an entry for the A*-G grading scale, it is not then possible to switch to the 9-1 grading scale once the entries deadline has passed. If you find that you have accidentally made an entry for the A*-G syllabus, you must withdraw and re-enter before the entries deadline.
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