Hard work pays off with Harrow Bangkok students receiving outstanding results at IGCSE and GCSE
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Posted: Monday, 28 Aug 2017

Harrow Bangkok students have achieved an outstanding set of IGCSE and GCSE results. We would like to celebrate and acknowledge the exceptional accomplishment of our hardworking and talented students, ably supported by their dedicated teachers.

 

           63% of all grades received were A* or A

 

  • 766 of the total IGCSE results were graded A* or A
  • 87 students achieved 5 or more A*-A grades in their IGCSE subjects

 

Pure Gold

 

Fifteen of our students achieved 10 or more A*-A grades thereby achieving the standard required for Harrow Gold Scholar status in our Sixth Form. This Scholarship acknowledges our student’s achievements.

 

Director of Studies:I am absolutely delighted for our students in reaching such high standards with their IGCSE/GCSE grades.  Their effort and application to their studies has been particularly impressive and I look forward to receiving them into our Sixth Form to commence their A Levels.’

Head of SR5: I am absolutely delighted with our outstanding IGCSE/GCSE results and congratulate our students on their fantastic achievements. The willingness of this cohort to commit to their studies and engage fully in their studies throughout the two-year course has paid dividends. With such proficient foundations laid at GCSE, coupled with their self-confidence, I look forward to watching these students flourish in the Lower Sixth and hearing about their continued success. I hope that students will aim high and embrace the challenges and opportunities that come along during our A Level programme at Harrow. Congratulations to all our talented students.’

Head of Upper School: ‘Another year and another set of fantastic results from our Year 11 students. The hard work and dedication of both our students and our team of teachers has ensured that they have got the best possible outcomes.’

Headmaster: ‘The GCSE results have been extremely strong this year, and from the biggest year group in the School. Usually, with such a large cohort, I would expect there to be a wide range of outcomes, as we are not an academically selective school, so to be in a situation where two out of every three GCSEs sat yields an A or A* is a fantastic outcome and a great team effort. What a super way to start the new year!'