ICSE Class 08 Syllabus

The curriculum for the Upper Primary Stage covers English, Hindi (Second Language), Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology (under Science), History & Civics, Geography, Computer Studies and Arts Education.

The syllabus consists of six chapters - Operating System and Graphic User Interface - Role and Functions, Spreadsheet - Functions and Charts, Algorithms and Flowcharts, Program Coding, App Development, and Networks.

The syllabus consist of six themes - Number System, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, and Data Handling.

English language occupies a central place in the school curriculum because it is the medium for learning. Proficiency in the language is a pre-requisite for effective communication and knowledge acquisition. Since language development refers to the skills used in expressing and communicating ideas, it involves the four basic aspects of listening, speaking, reading and writing, which would also inculcate elements of critical thinking.

The syllabus consists of six themes - Transport of Food and Minerals in Plants, Reproduction in Plant and Animals, Ecosystems, Human Body - Endocrine, Circulatory and Nervous Systems, Health and Hygiene, Food Production.

The syllabus consists of nine themes - Matter, Physical and Chemical Changes, Elements Compounds and Mixtures, Atomic Structure, Language of Chemistry, Chemical Reactions, Hydrogen, Water, Carbon and its Compounds.

The syllabus consists of eight themes - Matter, Physical Quantities and Measurement, Force and Pressure, Energy, Light Energy, Heat Transfer, Sound, Electricity.

The syllabus consists of eight themes - Representation of Geographical Features, Population Dynamics, Migration, Urbanisation, Natural and Man-made disasters, Asia: The Largest Continent, India: Geographical Features, India - Human Resources.

The syllabus consists of two themes - The Three main organs of the Indian Government: Legislature, Executive, Judiciary; and United Nations.

The syllabus consists of eight themes on The Modern World - A Period of Transition, The Growth of Nationalism, India in the 18th Century, Traders to Rulers, British Policies and Impacts, The Great Uprising of 1857, Socio-Religious Reforms, and India’s Struggle for Freedom.