BGE celebrates great IGCSE results across the board

A - A* 32%
A* - B 50%
A* - C Overall 84%
Ruhi Patel was the top performer with 8 A*s, closely followed by Mokshi Patel and Rosa Cole on 6 A*s. 14 students achieved 4 A grades or more.
 
What was really exciting is that so many students exceeded their targets - something that is a superb achievement!
As a non-selective school we equip our students for the demands of the IB CP and DP programme and further education at secondary level.
Many congratulations to all our students for their hard work and huge thanks to the teachers for all their support and commitment to progress!

Nairobi Academy Junior Maths Challenge

The Nairobi Academy Junior Maths Challenge took place on the 6th of June at Nairobi Academy. There were about 20 schools participating and we are proud to say that BGE came in at 2nd place overall, only being beaten by Braeburn School by 1%.

Julia Cahill in Year 7 was 1st in the individual challenge and Daiyan Mustansir in Year 8 came 2nd. Adam Miller in Year 7 was 6th while Matthew Antonio, Year 8, finished in 4th. 

The competition was tough and the four students did us proud. Next year we will bring the trophy back home!

Well done to all the students participating! 

BGE Maths Dept. 

IBCP CELEBRATES FORMIDABLE RESULTS AGAIN

It didn’t stop with the first IBCP cohort. The class of 2018 outshines and has also recorded outstanding results. I am happy to announce that seven students will receive the prestigious Outstanding Pearson Learners Award 2019 on 9/02/2019 at the Intercontinental Hotel Nairobi. This award is given to students who have achieved an average of Distinction * in the BTEC course.  While at it,95 percent of this IBCP class has joined world-class universities both locally and internationally, with 100 percent pass rate in their reflective Project, an academic paper which is rather a lengthy and a demanding assignment.

This particular group went over and beyond the CAS expectations to fundraise and construct a library which was donated in one of the public Primary schools in Narok county-a selfless act of kindness and service to the community!

The IBCP course has strongly emerged as a triumph with the provision of more options which has expanded and opened a wide range of subjects to choose from.

Well done class of 2018!

Norbert Owino

BTEC Coordinator