Flamingo performs well in the 2021 IGCSE
Once again, it gives great pride to share the wonderful news of 2021 IGCSE. The Cambridge Assessment International Examinations (CIE), IGCSE 2021 results were released, on 18th January 2022 and Flamingo Iinternational School (FIS) continues to shine brightly! Cambridge International Examinations IGCSE and GCE – O Levels, are two parts of an internationally recognised curriculum that is celebrated as a rigorous deep, and an engaging course of study. Staff and students spend many hours acquiring knowledge, mastering necessary skills, and grasping conceptual understandings needed for such a demonstrated success in learning.
Moreover, teachers require a high level of knowledge on content and sustained commitment to ensure that students are prepared for the examinations that are equally challenging as they are of a high standard. This curriculum empowers students to be independent, study with integrity, and approach examinations with focus and confidence. With over 30 years of service to schools around the globe, Cambridge International Examinations not only offer an exceptional curriculum for our students at FIS; it also provides a qualification through the IGCSE/O Levels certificate that leaves them with options to study at a tertiary level, both in Botswana and internationally.
“We are thrilled to learn that our students have once again achieved exceptionally well in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and General Certificate of Education (GCE – O Level) that were written in October / November 2021”, said FIS Principal, Garth Kitching. ‘’The results achieved at FIS in 2021 accurately reflect the excellence and dedication of the teachers, perseverance of students in this group coupled with the support received from parents and Botash Management. This is an outstanding achievement for any student in their academic journey and accurately indicates how the utilized learning platforms and experiences offered at FIS were invested to achieve this success! he concluded.
In the A* – C attainment category, the 21 students who wrote achieved a total of, 23 A*, 46 A, 42 B
and 46 C results in the 13 subjects that were written.
Botash management and the school celebrate the top achievers of 4 students who attained the maximum number of 48 credit points. We also celebrate a further five, a student who attained 47 points.
Top Achievers – Class of 2021
Nlisi Larona Kagiso 7 A*, 2 A (48 points)
Karabo Jacob 7 A*, 1 A, 1 B, 1 C (48 points)
Goaletsa Angel Ratsheko 3 A*, 3 A, 2 B, 1 C (48 points)
Botshe Raphaka 2 A*, 5 A, 2 C (48 points)
Gaone Masilo 5 A, 3 B (47 points)
Congratulations to all! Well done to the Form 4, Class of 2021! This is certainly a proud and joyous period at FIS. The years of focused work and dedication have certainly paid off!!!
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