High Achievers

What are Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards?

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are a group of awards issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education who recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.

Cambridge awards are calculated using stringent and confidential criteria that operate to maintain high educational standards and values in awards across countries, subjects and qualification levels. Learners only receive awards if they have achieved outstanding results.

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards were introduced to celebrate the achievements of learners who outperform their peers. For this reason it is necessary to ensure that the peer group is sufficiently large. We set entry thresholds to ensure that award-winning learners are selected from a sufficiently representative sample where relevant. This is to maintain the integrity and value of awards.

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There are different award categories:

What does ‘Top in the World’ mean?
‘Top in the World’ refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject. This learner will be awarded the Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ award. There may be other learners in the world, or even in the same country, who scored exactly the same mark; since their achievement is equal they will receive equal recognition and will also be awarded the Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ award for that subject.

Two  of our students received Top in the World awards:

At A Level:  Sophie Berlouis was 8th in Geography.

At IGCSE Level: Sanjeetha Pillay was  4th in ICT, 5th in Biology,  6th in Geography and 7th in Chemistry

 

What does ‘Top in Country’ mean?
‘Top in Country’ refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in your country for a single subject. This learner will be awarded the Cambridge ‘Top in Country’ award. There may be other learners in your Country who scored exactly the same mark; since their achievement is equal they will receive equal recognition and will also be awarded the Cambridge ‘Top in Country’ award for that subject.

The students are:

At  A Level :                Maths  –  Dylan Low Seck

At AS Level:                Biology – Ishika Sambadoo

Business – Viswarajan Pillay

Maths –  Jean Paul Lebon

At IGCSE Level:           Physics, Maths and First Language English – Sanjeetha Pillay

Literature in English – Holine Jean

English Second Language – Jessica Larue

 

What does ‘Best Across’ mean?
‘Best Across’ awards are issued to learners who have achieved an A* grade and have attained the first highest cumulative total standard marks over set number of subjects*
• Cambridge IGCSE® or Cambridge O Level in eight subjects
• Cambridge International AS Level in four subjects
• Cambridge International A Level in three subjects

The students are:

For Best across 3 AS subjects – 1st Place  Viswarajan Pillay

For Best across 4 AS subjects –2nd place  Jean Paul Lebon, 3rd place Ishika Sambadoo

For Best across 7 IGCSE subjects – 1st Place Sanjeetha Pillay

 

What does ‘High Achievement’ mean?
‘High Achievement’ is awarded to learners who have achieved outstanding results in subjects which are not so widely taken and which, under the current criteria, would not qualify for ‘Top in Country’ Awards.

At  ALevel :

Biology & Chemistry – Shweta Vinayagamurthy

Biology  – Sophie Berlouis

At AS Level:

Economics & Accounting – Viswarajan Pillay

History – Xiaolang Lownam

Literature in English – Liam Balette

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE STUDENTS!

These results are testimony to the standards that the school, with its team of teachers, stand for.