Excellent CIE Results from our June 2014 Exam!

Again Anglo has stood at the top with many students scoring A* at both IGCSE and AS & ‘A’ Level.

‘A’ Level results were very pleasing, not just in how the high grades reflect the academic abilities of our students, but also in the currency these high grades have provided for so many in opening the doors to exciting and challenging university places.

AS results were also of a high standard. It is clear that the Secondary Programme at Anglo has laid solid foundations for success at ‘A’ Level. The transition from IGCSE to AS level can be a challenging one; these students are all to be commended for their application and industry.

AS and A Level

Name Jasandra Tricia Star Krishna Juliana

Students scoring A* and A include Name, Jasandra, Tricia, Yai Yai and Krishna across various subjects. Whilst our pioneering student Juliana has scored an A in the most difficult subject, music.


Students scoring A* & A include Ploy, Big, Naphat, Panida, Thanawin, Janina, Sangnapa, Chalida, Arisara, Nicha, Nick, Sammy, Thawan and Nem.


001---Pornphan 002---Big 004---Naphat-(Nam-Phueng) 003---Panida-(Jin) 005---Win 006---Janina 007---Sangnapa-(Proud) 008---Chalida 009---Arisara-(Gam) 010---Nicha-(Janny) 011---Nick 012---Sammy 013---Thawan 014---Nem


This makes 14 students of the 18 Sec 4 to score high grades.

The Chinese Department has continued with their custom of scoring 100% A*. It was very pleasant to see most of the students scoring 99 in Chinese.

At IGCSE level the excellent results demonstrate the considerable aptitude of this group of young people. The most commonly achieved grade was an A*/A grade and the percentage of A-C was 98%. With such excellent grades our students in this year group have opened up many opportunities for themselves in ‘A’ Level study and career pathways.

The success of students is surely a reflection of the hard work, dedication and maturity of the students and the expertise, effort and enthusiasm of the teaching and support staff.
Congratulations to all.


Written by:

Srinivas Devalraju