Reddam House Durbanville have further cemented their reputation for academic excellence, after claiming a host of accolades at the "Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards", following the announcement of the November 2018 examination results. The awards are issued by Cambridge International in recognition of exceptional student achievements around the world and have seen the school distinguish itself on a global stage.
Added to this, Reddam House Durbanville is the recipient of the most Outstanding Awards for the 2018 academic year.
At Advanced Subsidiary Level (AS-Level), Reddam House Durbanville placed Top in the World for Language and Literature in English and Top in the World for Mathematics, while in Chemistry and Geography, the school was placed top in South Africa.
In the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSEs), the following awards were received by students, achieving Top in the Country for Biology, History and Physics, and the prestigious award for First Place for Best Across the Country in eight IGCSE results.
We congratulate the following students and their teachers who have made us proud.
Tara Hall - Top in the World for Language and Literature in English at AS-Level
Rizqah Hassiem - Top in the World for Mathematics at AS-Level
Camryn Ferns - Top in South Africa for Chemistry at AS-Level
Findlay Smith - Top in South Africa for Geography at AS-Level
Anja van der Merwe - Top in South Africa - First Place for Best Across eight IGCSE subjects
Anja van der Merwe - Top in South Africa for Biology IGCSE
Caroline Butler - Top in South Africa for Physics IGCSE
Caroline Butler - Top in South Africa for History IGCSE
Konstantina Gennarakis (private candidate) - High Achievement Foreign Language Greek IGCSE
Follow this link to read the article featured in the Weekend Argus, 13/04/2019
The 310 Reddam House South Africa 2018 matriculants achieved a 100 percent pass rate, achieving 749 subject distinctions. 37 students obtained 6 or more subject distinctions (80%+) and 63 students attained an A-Aggregate.
In the Western Cape the 97 Reddam House Constantia students achieved 270 subject distinctions and 24 students attained an A-Aggregate. The 37 Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard students achieved 112 subject distinctions and 10 students attained an A-Aggregate.
*National IEB (Independent Examinations Board) Matric Results – 2018
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