Exam excellence at Garden International

0
1316

Two students from Garden International School (GIS) have achieved incredible success in their examinations.

Year 11 student Susanna Harms has just been to Bangkok to collect a top award from Cambridge. Susanna passed her IGCSE in German and gained such a good score she was given an Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award for her performance in the June 2012 examination. Her score was the best in Thailand for IGCSE German.

Susanna was presented with her High Achievement award at a special ceremony at the Anglo Singapore International School in Bangkok.

In addition, Year 11 student Salena Khanijou has already got her first IGCSE – before this year’s main examination session even starts.

GIS star student Salena, who passed her IGCSE First Language early - and gained an A grade!GIS star student Salena, who passed her IGCSE First Language early – and gained an A grade!

Salena took her IGCSE First Language examination last November at the British Council in Bangkok. She has just received the result – and she was awarded an A grade.

The prestigious IGCSE awards are recognised by employers and universities around the world as proof of academic excellence.

If you have a child who is set to start their IGCSEs, GIS is holding a special evening to help your child make the right choices. On Tuesday March 12, from 7pm, parents and students are invited to visit GIS for a special information evening about IGCSEs.

Parents will be able to learn more about the wide variety of courses on offer at GIS and also discuss with specialist teachers which options may be best for their child. GIS has been running IGCSEs for many years and its average number of A*-C grades is consistently higher than in the UK. IGCSEs are for students aged 14-16 (Mathayom 3/4).

GIS is based in Ban Chang, near Pattaya. For more, visit www.gardenrayong.com.

Mr Chris Stokes, IGCSE Coordinator at GIS, congratulates Susanna.Mr Chris Stokes, IGCSE Coordinator at GIS, congratulates Susanna.