We are proud to announce our CIE award winners…
A big congratulations go to our 16 students who have received CIE awards in recognition of their top results in their IGCSE and International AS Level exams. A number of these students have sat the qualification a year early, making it even more impressive to have attained such a high level of achievement of being Top in the World!
Top in the World
Seven of our students received Top in the World awards for Mathematics. Congratulations to Fasai (Prin) Pulkes, Zara Mansoor, Ena Hashimoto, Khushi Mathur, Neil Shah, Nathaniel Stephenson and Jiwon Yoo. Congratulations to Clara Boucher who received a Top in the World award for First Language French. This award is most often won by students in French language schools. Clara’s performance in this category is a testament to her hard work and support from her family and teachers.
Top in Thailand
Six of our students received Top in Country awards:
Clara Boucher – Business Studies
Navnee Batwara – Information & Communication Technology
Lara Browne – Drama
Alexi Cordoba – First Language French
Charles Golsby – History
Samantha Wallace – Geography
Two of our students were recognised for High Achievement:
Premika Ilyas – English as a Second Language (Count-in-Speaking)
Paul Salaw – Foreign Language German
Our mission and values at Bangkok Patana lead us to encourage students to achieve their full potential. We celebrate with these sixteen students and also with the rest of the class who have done very well in their (I)GCSE exams:
– 60.3% of the cohort received A*s – A and 9 – 7 scores;
– 80.2% received an average exam grade of B/6 or above;
– 11 students received 9 or more A*s or 9 – 8 scores
“We are so fortunate to have students with such self-belief, commitment and passion for their studies. Students, keep on believing in your capacity to succeed and keep on inspiring us teachers and leaders to continue to be the best we can be and to provide you, and all our students, with all the opportunities and support you deserve to achieve your ambitions,” said Suzanne Lindley, Assistant Principal, Curriculum and Assessment.