CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS.
Results for the INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION.
The following table shows results for students entered for this certificate at the end of Stage 11. To pass the certificate students must sit at least 7 IGCSE exams including two languages, mathematics, one or more science, one or more humanity and Information technology.
The number of students entered for the exam has increased as the department has grown.
Distinction means at least 5 'A' grades
Merit means at least 5 'C' grades.
Pass means at least 7 IGCSE passes
Results for the CHECKPOINT EXAMS taken at the end of Stage 9.
All students in year 9 take the exams no matter what their level of English. The cohorts have grown in size as the department has grown but up to 2015 ranged between 3 and 15 students.
The results below are averages for the cohorts with 1 being the lowest grade and 6 representing the highest grade.
Results for The CHECKPOINT PRIMARY EXAMS taken at the end of Stage 6.
Again, all students sit the exam no matter what their level of English and cohorts have ranged so far from 5 to 20 students.
1 is the lowest score and 6 is the highest. The score given here is the average for the cohort.