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Caribbean Secondary

Caribbean Secondary

Hodder Education Caribbean Secondary Resources

On 1st January 2015, Hodder Education added to our list of existing Caribbean resources by acquiring select titles from the Pearson Caribbean Schools’ list. Our aim is to ensure that schools in the Caribbean have access to the best range of bespoke print and digital resources tailored to support the curriculum. 

We have a regional office in Kingston and dedicated staff throughout the region to ensure we are giving schools exactly what they need when they need it. 
New English B digital and print resources
Want to find out about new English B resources with CSEC Study Notes?
Ensure coverage of all prescribed texts using resources compiled with the approval of the Caribbean Examinations Council.

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Achieve!
A 4-level print and digital English language course designed specifically for the Caribbean learner, spanning lower secondary and CSEC
Agricultural Science
CSEC Science Examination Practice
Support and enhance exam preparation
Contextualised questions, revision tips and examiner advice to promote efficient and organised study.

Biology

Human & Social Biology
Physics
Chemistry


Answers for this series are available for download.

CAPE
Publishing for the CAPE Syllabus
Heinemann Social Studies for Lower Secondary
The ideal social studies course for mixed ability classes of 11-14 year olds, Caribbean-wide.
The hallmark of this text is its exciting pan-Caribbean perspective. The major topics in Caribbean social studies are given lively, detailed coverage in clear English while plenty of photographs, drawings and activities bring the material to life. 

Book 1
Book 2
Book 3
 
Integrated Science for Trinidad and Tobago
Student Books and Workbooks
Jamaica Maths Connect
Developed specifically for the lower secondary Jamaica curriculum - now with work books
Longman Caribbean History
A lower secondary course providing students with a firm grounding in Caribbean history.
This course aims to prepare students for their future studies at CSEC level, as well as to develop wider skills in social studies through an active approach to the study of social history. 

Mathematics for Caribbean Schools
A structured approach to secondary school mathematics, matching the syllabi from across the Caribbean.