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    Hi, im a bit lost when it comes to this. Can i just teach Chemistry on its own or does it have to be double science or triple science. I have a couple of students in year 10 who have come from spanish school and are really struggling with double science as they have never done science before! I would like to just teach them chemistry, is this possible? We are due an inspection soon and i don't want to get the school in trouble if we are meant to be teaching double science/triple science. Can anyone confirm that double/triple science is compulsory? We are a private school in Spain teaching IGCSE.
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    I did IGCSE in Britain and I did IGCSE Chemistry, Physics and Biology. They were all taught separately so I had a separate teacher for Chemistry, Physics and Biology. I think you can just teach chemistry BUT dont take my word for it....why cant you ask the school you work at lol?
 
 
 
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