Dulwich College Singapore celebrate the 2022 IGCSE Results!
They are delighted to share that they have achieved an outstanding set of IGCSE results, the best in the College’s history. Of all grades awarded, 72% were A* or equivalent, 89% were A*/A or equivalent and more than half (51%) of the 122 candidates obtained A*/A or equivalent in all their IGCSE subjects.
Other notable results by subject were as follows:
- 99% of grades were A*/A or equivalent in Physics, Chemistry & Biology
- 88% of grades were A*/A or equivalent in Mathematics
- 85% of grades were A*/A or equivalent in English Language
Melanie Ellis, Head of Senior School, was thrilled with the results and said:
“This is such an incredible achievement. We have been overwhelmed by the scale of the success here for our students, not just for those who have hit the top grades but also for those who have met (or completely smashed) their own personal targets. There are so many individual stories within these numbers, but as a whole cohort, this is an extraordinary achievement. These young people have navigated uncertainty throughout their entire IGCSE programme. Even as they were approaching their mock examinations, contingency plans were still in place for if the exams were cancelled. They showed incredible determination and resilience throughout Year 11 as they undertook additional assessments but what is most incredible is that they did all of this and maintained their commitment to projects and activities outside of the classroom. They still trained, performed, led and had fun; they are a phenomenal group of young people who deserve to be celebrated.”
Nick Magnus, Head of College, was equally proud and commented:
“This success does not just happen, it is strategic, planned and deliberate. It is about teachers who know their students and their understanding of what every student needs as an individual. This is what great teaching and learning looks like and my thanks to Melanie Ellis and her Senior School team for these truly outstanding results. We should, however, also acknowledge that many of these students have been with us since the age of 8. Our students, teachers and our parents have loved and supported their children throughout this journey and can share collective ownership of this success. It takes a village to raise a child, and that village is Dulwich. We talk a lot about good to great at the College and what that means. Well, this is what great looks like.”