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EXAMINATION RESULTS SUMMER 2021

Students in Years 11 - 13 have once again excelled in their final examinations. These successes reflect their tremendous dedication and resilience over a challenging two years, and the support provided by their teachers during periods away from school. The outstanding remote learning and the construction of a rigorous assessment framework gives real meaning and absolute value to these results. Year on year, our aim is for all students to be stretched and challenged, achieving their potential, and succeeding not only academically but in areas of enrichment and service. This personalised approach to learning ensures that every pupil develops the ‘greater context’, within which they can succeed at university and the world of work.

Year 11 IGCSE Results
At IGCSE, Year 11 students achieved 56% of grades at A* - A, once again with A* being the most common grade overall. Of note is that 57% of students achieved 5 or more A* - A grades, their commitment during a tumultuous period of study paying dividends in preparing the groundwork for their continued success as they enter the Sixth Form.
In addition to their IGCSE’s, a number of students sat AS Level Mathematics in Year 11 (a year early), with 50% achieving grade A.
Of particular note were:
Rainna, who achieved 9 A* grades, and AS Mathematics at grade A
Beck, who achieved 8 A* grades, and AS Mathematics at grade A
Jie Hua, who achieved 8 A* grades, 1 B and AS Mathematics at grade A
Mik, who achieved 6 A* and 2 A grades
Thunny, who achieved 4 A* and 5 A grades
Stephie, who achieved 3 A* and 5 A grades
 
Year 12 AS Level Results
At AS Level, 52% of grades were A (the highest grade), with students continuing to excel following their outstanding IGCSE results of 2020.
 
Of particular note were:
Mok, who achieved 4 A grades
Mook S., who achieved 4 A grades
Mickey, who achieved 4 A grades
Por, who achieved 4 A grades
Cartoon, who achieved 4 A grades

Year 12 A Level Results
In addition to their AS Level results, a number of students in Year 12 sat A Level Mathematics a year early, achieving 60% of grades at A* and a 100% pass rate at A*- A; simply stellar results.

Year 13 A Level Results
At A Level, 31% of grades were at A* with 56% at A*- A. These results, as with those for IGCSE and AS Level, epitomise the ‘can do’ approach that students at St. Stephen’s embody, and that instills in them the confidence required to shine at university.  
Students of particular note include:
Boss, who achieved 5 A* grades
Nana, who achieved 3 A* and 1 A grade
Aim, who achieved 3A* grades
 
All Year 13 pupils have gained places at their first choice of university, with those staying in Thailand attending the most prestigious institutions in Bangkok, and those travelling overseas studying in the USA, UK and the Netherlands.

Principal John Rolfe said
”The results emphasise the strong academic tradition of the school, which enables all students to achieve their potential, whatever their starting point. St. Stephen’s is a non-selective school with many students coming to us with little English, and a variety of levels, but the vast majority achieve very highly in the First Language English examination in Year 11, and in all other subjects
Nearly all of the examination students have been with us for many years, a number since the Early Years, and so it is pleasing to see the tremendous success that they achieve. Our most able students achieve staggering results and show that they are amongst the best students in the country, and the world, and others have shown tremendous progress in their time at school. I am proud of them all.


EXAMINATION RESULTS AUTUMN 2020

Students in Years 12 and 13 received the results of their AS examinations recently and the wait was well worthwhile. Not wanting to receive Centre Assessed Grades, which would be based on their academic performance up to the end of Term 3, 2020, students opted to sit the examinations in October 2020, and that choice was very wise. With 56% of all grades at A, and 87% of grades at  A-C, students can be very satisfied at the end of a tumultuous year of study. There was a 100% pass rate at grade A for students who took Mathematics a year early; an admirable achievement. Other worthy highlights include: Aim, Boss, Nana, Team and Looknam, who all achieved 3 A grades. All results emphasise the dedication and hard work shown by
St. Stephen's students, whether online or in school, and augur very well for the A Level examinations later in the year. 

 


EXAMINATION RESULTS SUMMER 2020

Outstanding academic achievement by St. Stephen’s students

St. Stephen’s students in Years 11 - 13 have achieved outstanding examination results in 2020; the best in the school’s history. We are therefore very proud of the consistently strong public examination results achieved by our students, highlighting emphatically that across the ability range, one of our key priorities is the fulfilment of academic potential. With high expectations, the monitoring of progress, carefully considered enrichment activities and individually tailored support, we ensure that every child meets, and often exceeds those expectations.

Year 11 IGCSE Results

Year 11 students achieved 94% of grades at A - C at IGCSE Level, with 55 % of those grades being either A* or A. Overall, A* was the most common grade. More than 50% of the students achieved 5 or more A* - A grades. We are proud that St. Stephen’s gets the very best from all its students, their hard work and outstanding results at IGCSE setting a solid foundation, and the expectation to achieve excellence in the
Sixth Form.  

Of particular note were:

  • Mook. S, who achieved 9 A* grades

  • Mickey, who achieved 8 A* grades 

  • Bonus, who achieved 6 A* and 3 A grades

  • Cartoon, who achieved 5 A* and 3 A grades

Year 12 A Level Results

Students in Yr. 12 also excelled, taking A Level Mathematics a year early, and achieving 50% of grades at A*- A and a 100% pass rate A*- B.

Year 13 A Level Results

At A Level, 36% of grades were at A* with an outstanding 66% at A*- A, and 94% A*- C. These results, as with those for IGCSE, are the best in the school’s history and bear testament to the focus and determination St. Stephen’s students are recognised for. With 47% of the Year 13 achieving three or more A* - A grades, all gained acceptance to their first-choice university, in Thailand and overseas.

Of particular note were:

  • Boom Boom and Nida, who both achieved 4 A* grades

  • Beauty and Ploydee, who both achieved 2 A* and 2 A grades

  • Jack, who achieved 1 A* and 3 A grades

Our students are the first to recognise that their achievements would not have been possible without the dedication and inspiration of their teachers, these results upholding our vision to be a leading international school, and enabling our students to take their next steps on the way to becoming tomorrow’s leaders. 

Principal, John Rolfe, commented.

“It is satisfying to see the high standards of academic excellence being maintained, even through this difficult year. Students and staff have adapted well to the unusual circumstances, as we would expect, and have achieved some remarkable results. Our high achieving students compare to the very best in the world, and even those students who find more challenges with their studies have achieved a very good standard- congratulations to all”

 


EXAMINATION RESULTS 2019

ANOTHER VERY GOOD YEAR FOR ST. STEPHEN’S STUDENTS

St. Stephen’s students in Years 11 - 13 had cause to celebrate after achieving another excellent set of examination results.

The Year 11 students achieved 88% grades A - C at IGCSE Level, with 44 % of those grades being either A or A*. This is well above UK averages, and close to the best ever results from the year before.

Of particular note were:

  • Boss, who achieved 7A*and 2A grades
  • Nana, who achieved 6A* and 3A grades
  • Jazz, who achieved 7A* and 1B grades

At AS Level an impressive 41% of grades were at the highest, A grade, level, with some very impressive individual results.

Of particular note were:

  • Boom and Ploydee, who both achieved 3 A grades and an A* in A Level Mathematics, a year early
  • Beauty and Pun, who both achieved 3 A grades and an A grade in A Level Mathematics, a year early
  • Nida, who achieved 4 A grades

At A Level nearly 60% of the Grades were either A or B

Of particular note was:

Ben, who achieved a grand total of 3 A* and 2 A grades

 

All Year 13 graduates gained places at their first choice of university around the world.

To add to their success students at St. Stephen’s also won several CAIE academic awards; four Top in the World awards at IGCSE Level for Mathematics and Mandarin, a High Achievement award for AS Chemistry and a Top in Thailand award for A Level Mathematics.

Principal, John Rolfe, commented.

It is satisfying to see the high standards of academic excellence being maintained. The results show that the school continues to cater well to all of our students. We mention the high achievers above, but all students have worked hard to reach their potential. The progress amongst many since they first joined the school has been tremendous. Well done to all


EXAMINATION RESULTS 2018
 
ST. STEPHEN’S STUDENTS ACHIEVE RECORD IGCSE EXAMINATION RESULTS - YET AGAIN

St. Stephen’s International School, Bangkok, is celebrating its best ever IGCSE results for the second year in a row. The Year 11 students achieved a 94% A* - C pass rate and, even more impressively, 54% of the grades awarded were either A* or A. This is above the previous best performance and well above UK levels. In addition, 92% of students achieved 5 or more A*- C grades and 45% of students achieved 5 or more A*- A grades.

AS and A Level Results were also excellent with a 98% pass rate across all examinations.

Of particular note were:
- Ben who achieved 4 As at AS level and an A at A Level Mathematics.
- Earn who achieved 3 As at AS level and an A at A-Level Mathematics.

All A level students were admitted to their university of choice.

Principal, John Rolfe, said,

“Our students just keep achieving more and more, which is a testament to their competitive nature and the standard of teaching. There are a large number of students with top grades, which is great to see, but it is also gratifying to see others doing as well as they can. We are a non-selective school and our results show that we do cater for all abilities”.
 

St. Stephen’s students achieve record IGCSE examination results 2017

St. Stephen’s International School, Bangkok, is celebrating its best ever IGCSE results. Year 11 students achieved a 92% A* - C pass rate and, even more impressively, 52% of the grades awarded were either A or A*. This is above the previous best performance and well above UK levels. In addition 50% of students achieved 5 or more A*/A grades and 97% of students achieved 5 A* - C grades.

Of particular note were:

- Earn who achieved 7 A* and 2 A grades

- Ben who achieved 6 A*, 1 A and 1B grades

- Tigger who achieved 5 A*, 2 A and 1 B grade

Principal John Rolfe said:

“These results are absolutely outstanding, and a great credit to both the students and teachers. The results are particularly gratifying as we are not an academically selective school. I am also particularly pleased to see that the vast majority of Year 11 students achieved grades A* - C in the IGCSE First Language English examination; a considerable achievement for second language learners. The standard, and number, of students moving into the Sixth Form bodes very well for this important area. Congratulations to all.”

Results were also very good at AS and A level with a 94% pass rate across all examinations.

In Year 13 36% of the grades awarded were either A or A*.

Of particular note were:

- Cherie who achieved 2 A* and 2 A grades

- York who achieved 1A* 2 A and I B grade

All of the Year 13 students a obtained a place at their first choice university with the majority attending universities in the UK.

New Head of Secondary, Dr. Kevin Hylands, said:

“It is great to see students with such high aspirations being so successful in their A level studies and progressing onto high quality universities.”