Wembley College Greytown February 2017

Wembley College Greytown February 2017 

Wembly Form 4 Scholars achieve highest examinations results in twenty years

Ruchira Ghosh, regional director in South Asia for Cambridge International Examinations, talks about the value of teachers in our schools. Teachers are our leaders. They inspire and engage our children instilling in them not just knowledge but also values and attitudes which can guide scholars for the rest of their lives. In reality the classroom is the foundation stone where our future society is laid. Great teachers inspire their learners to discover more and to achieve more – not just in tests and examinations but in life. Excellent examination results can be the fuel to power young minds to achieve further.

The Wembley College form 4 students, with the help of their teachers, have achieved the highest EGCSE examination scores in the twenty year history of our school. The highest class averages were 84% for ICT and Business Studies, 83 % for Physical Science, 82 % for Biology, 81 % for Afrikaans, 79 % for Biology, 77 % for English Literature and Maths.

Georgia Bown achieved an average of 94%, Ashleigh Mason and Riaan Swanepoel both achieved an average of 87 %, Louné Lotter achieved an 83% average, Taylor Porée and Phumelele Mtshali achieved an 81% average. These results are outstanding.

We celebrate and congratulate the teachers who shaped these scholars thoughts and ideas, guiding them on their learning journeys to discover and achieve. Well done Wembley College.