IGCSE, AS and A Level Results 2020
Congratulations to our Year 11, 12 and 13 students on another set of outstanding examination results as they have made excellent progress and outperformed their peers in the UK for the third year in succession. Students, teachers and parents can be immensely proud of this academic success which is the result of hard work, dedication and our triangular partnership.
The headlines are as follows:
A Level Results
- 33% of all grades were A* compared to 14% in the UK
- 55% of all grades were A*/A compared to 38% in the UK
- 74% of all grades were A*/B compared to 65% in the UK
Christina & Apple both achieved straight A*/A at A Level
Apple also achieved a Distinction for the Cambridge AICE Diploma awarded for studying a breadth of subjects from Maths, Science, Language, Art & Humanities and achieving grade A.
Congratulations to the following students who have been offered & accepted places at the following Universities:
University of California Santa Cruz
Technology and Information Management
Toe Naing Lin:
University of Manchester
Aung Myo Htet:
University of Manchester
King’s College London
Global Health & Social Medicine
Sheffield Hallam University
Law with Foundation Year
Pennsylvania State University
Stony Brook University New York
- 35% of all grades were A compared to 27% in the UK
- 68% of all grades were A/B compared to 40% in the UK
Four students: Hamza, Naomi, Su Lei Phyo and Thet Mon Soe achieved four straight A’s.
- 54% of all grades were A*/A compared to 27% in the UK
- 81% of all grades were A*-C compared to 61% in the UK
- 48% of Network students achieved 5+ A*/A
Shwe Yee achieved nine A*’s.
Student progress from Key Stage 2 SATs (Year 6) to Year 11 IGCSE:
- 5 Levels of progress (exceptional progress) – 44% of all grades compared to 10% in the UK
- 4 Levels of progress (outstanding progress) – 88% of all grades compared to 30% in the UK
- 3 Levels of progress (expected progress) – 95% of all grades compared to 70% in the UK
Five students also received a Distinction in the Cambridge ICE Diploma Award for achieving grade A in five subjects and a grade C or better in two others. Students must take at least one subject from five different groups.
The results achieved by Network students would once again put the school in the top Inspection category of ‘Outstanding’ in the UK so congratulations to everyone!
Once again, I congratulate the whole Network community on these achievements.
Principal - Network International School