Cape Town – Grade 11 pupils at Reddam House Durbanville are overjoyed after receiving 262 distinctions in the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations.
With the IGCSE exams forming part of the dual curriculum offered by the school, the 18-month programme leads to externally set, marked and certificated exams from the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Any student who takes the IGCSE course earns a globally recognised certification.
With this year marking the school’s highest aggregate average ever achieved, the most outstanding achievement was a 99% mark in the subjects of maths, chemistry and physics by five students. The Class…
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