St George’s British International School is proud to announce a highly successful set of examination results for the Summer 2023 cohort.
A total of 72 Year 11 pupils sat their IGCSE examinations in May 2023, with 682 examinations entered. Overall, 66% of examinations have been graded 9-7 (A*-A), with 46% of all examinations graded 9 or 8 (A*). These averages are a significant increase from the pre-pandemic benchmark of 2019.
Other headline figures include an overall average point score of 6.99, and a percentage of grades between 9-4 (A*C) of 95%. A detailed breakdown of results by subject area will be published on the Examinations section of the St George’s website in the coming weeks.
Mrs Mary-Clare Startin, Vice Principal and Head of Senior School said: “We are so proud of the Year 11s and everything they have achieved. These are excellent academic results which are testament to their commitment to this aspect of school life, but they are also a year group that have enriched wider school life with their contributions to music, drama and sport throughout their time at St George’s. I have no doubt they will make the most of every opportunity that the Sixth Form will offer them. As well as congratulating the pupils, I would also like to express my gratitude to all the teachers who have guided them, both academically and pastorally, through their IGCSE journey and also their parents who provide such valuable support.”
Mr John Talbot, Assistant Head, Head of Upper School (Key Stage 4) added: “Many congratulations to our exceptional and talented Year 11 cohort, the future Class of 2025, on these outstanding results. They are an ambitious, well-rounded and hard-working group who have approached their studies and their exams with poise and confidence. We wish them every success as they embark on the IB Diploma Programme and know that they will continue to set a final example for their younger peers.”