IGCSE and GCSE Results for students completing Year 11 in July 2020.

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %June 2019 Cumulative %
9/8246363629
7189276355
6147218484
5/41081699.994
310.110099
2/1-100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesNumber of A*Number of A% A* and A% A* to C
Biology70211653100
Business Studies51171665100
Chemistry62131444100
Computer Science166675100
Economics82475100
ICT173335100
Music52280100
Physics56141450100
Sociology144671100
Art & Design219462100
Religious Studies3318982100
Drama94378100
Physical Education134246100
Psychology61250100
Design & Tech11414591
English Literature78361971100
Maths78272668100
History40181890100
Geography4018968100
Spanish61250100
French3815758100
German72257100
English Language63283100
Swahili642100100
AS Results for students completing Year 12 in July 2020

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %July 2019 Cumulative % 
A84414126
B59297055
C41209078
D1579891
E4299.597
U10.5100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesABCDEUA-B (%)% Pass
Biology 114340064100
Business Studies174472047100
Chemistry 206841170100
Economics2261060073100
English Literature13832 85100
French743 100100
Geography 123342050100
German1 1 100100
History 2013520090100
ICT71303057100
Mathematics2711562215996
Music 220000100100
Physics 165334150100
Psychology22 100100
Religious Studies11631182100
Sociology 169520088100
A Level Results for students completing Year 13 in July 2020

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %July 2019 Cumulative %     
A*4323224
A61335632
B55298564
C22129687
D6310098
E00100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesA*ABCDEA*-B %% Pass
Art 8231275100
Biology 73 13 57100
Business Studies18188194100
Chemistry 166351188100
Design & Tech22100100
Drama7241100100
Economics21 1191 95100
English Literature54 1 100100
French11 100100
Further Mathematics541100100
Geography 9 332167100
German11 100100
History 123441 92100
ICT12 234342100
Mathematics2979931 86100
PE321100100
Physics 135332 85100
Religious Studies9133278100
Sociology 8332 100100
Spanish1 1 100100

Pastoral Approach to Academic Pursuits

By focusing on understanding the individual needs of each of our students, we aim to encourage the very best levels of performance from each child. Unlocking the full potential of each student is the key and we follow a structured approach to achieve this.

We place a high premium on pastoral care in the classroom, around the School and in the boarding houses. Students in the Senior School are grouped into pastoral groups, called ‘Tutor groups’, the tutor being responsible for overseeing their tutees’ academic progress and pastoral welfare. Tutor groups are based around the 4 school Boarding Houses with two tutor groups of about 8 students in each Year group in each Boarding House. Tutors work closely with a highly experienced team of Boarding Houseparents and Assistant Houseparents who are also in regular contact with student’s academic teachers. In the Senior School class sizes are limited to 20 students, except for the top sets in English, Maths and Science which may be slightly largely to allow for slightly smaller lower sets.

The College this year sees a move to a maximum class size of 15 at AS level which will apply to A2 in future years. In reality, many classes are considerable smaller than this. St Andrew’s remains committed to offering a wide choice of subjects at A level.

Education Beyond the Classroom

Special events take place each year, which add to the breadth of academic and cultural life at St Andrew’s School. Events this academic year have included:

  • Choral and orchestral tour to Japan
  • Universities “Town and Gown” trip to Cambridge, Nottingham, Manchester and London Universities, England
  • World Scholar’s Cup Regional Finals in Nairobi
  • World Scholar’s Cup International Final in Bangkok, Thailand
  • Regional Model United Nations Conference in Nairobi
  • Senior Round Square Student Conference, Marrakesh, Morocco,
  • Junior Round Square Student Conference to Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Hosting a Spanish cultural day at St Andrew’s
  • Visits to art galleries, museums and theatres
  • Business Studies and Geography field trips to local and national sites of interest
  • Weekly sports tours to play other international school in Kenya and Trip to Youth Football World Cup, Sweden where the St Andrew’s team won the award for “most sporting team” as well as reaching the semi-finals.

St Andrew’s is very proud of it status as a Round Square School (www.roundsquare.org) , an elite organisation of about 150 similarly minded schools from across all continents of the world who place the Round Square IDEALS of internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service at the heart of their school curriculum. The school is very pleased to have hosted the Round Square Conference in February 2017.

St Andrew’s has a rich tradition of music and drama, with students having the opportunity to study for ABRSM exams in a wider range of instrumental as well as theory exams, as well as the LAMDA individual dram exams.

Latest Results
IGCSE and GCSE Results for students completing Year 11 in July 2020.

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %June 2019 Cumulative %
9/8246363629
7189276355
6147218484
5/41081699.994
310.110099
2/1-100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesNumber of A*Number of A% A* and A% A* to C
Biology70211653100
Business Studies51171665100
Chemistry62131444100
Computer Science166675100
Economics82475100
ICT173335100
Music52280100
Physics56141450100
Sociology144671100
Art & Design219462100
Religious Studies3318982100
Drama94378100
Physical Education134246100
Psychology61250100
Design & Tech11414591
English Literature78361971100
Maths78272668100
History40181890100
Geography4018968100
Spanish61250100
French3815758100
German72257100
English Language63283100
Swahili642100100
AS Results for students completing Year 12 in July 2020

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %July 2019 Cumulative % 
A84414126
B59297055
C41209078
D1579891
E4299.597
U10.5100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesABCDEUA-B (%)% Pass
Biology 114340064100
Business Studies174472047100
Chemistry 206841170100
Economics2261060073100
English Literature13832 85100
French743 100100
Geography 123342050100
German1 1 100100
History 2013520090100
ICT71303057100
Mathematics2711562215996
Music 220000100100
Physics 165334150100
Psychology22 100100
Religious Studies11631182100
Sociology 169520088100
A Level Results for students completing Year 13 in July 2020

GradeNumber Obtained%Cumulative %July 2019 Cumulative %     
A*4323224
A61335632
B55298564
C22129687
D6310098
E00100100

The table below is a summary of results in each subject.

SubjectEntriesA*ABCDEA*-B %% Pass
Art 8231275100
Biology 73 13 57100
Business Studies18188194100
Chemistry 166351188100
Design & Tech22100100
Drama7241100100
Economics21 1191 95100
English Literature54 1 100100
French11 100100
Further Mathematics541100100
Geography 9 332167100
German11 100100
History 123441 92100
ICT12 234342100
Mathematics2979931 86100
PE321100100
Physics 135332 85100
Religious Studies9133278100
Sociology 8332 100100
Spanish1 1 100100
Pastoral Care

Pastoral Approach to Academic Pursuits

By focusing on understanding the individual needs of each of our students, we aim to encourage the very best levels of performance from each child. Unlocking the full potential of each student is the key and we follow a structured approach to achieve this.

We place a high premium on pastoral care in the classroom, around the School and in the boarding houses. Students in the Senior School are grouped into pastoral groups, called ‘Tutor groups’, the tutor being responsible for overseeing their tutees’ academic progress and pastoral welfare. Tutor groups are based around the 4 school Boarding Houses with two tutor groups of about 8 students in each Year group in each Boarding House. Tutors work closely with a highly experienced team of Boarding Houseparents and Assistant Houseparents who are also in regular contact with student’s academic teachers. In the Senior School class sizes are limited to 20 students, except for the top sets in English, Maths and Science which may be slightly largely to allow for slightly smaller lower sets.

The College this year sees a move to a maximum class size of 15 at AS level which will apply to A2 in future years. In reality, many classes are considerable smaller than this. St Andrew’s remains committed to offering a wide choice of subjects at A level.

Beyond the Classroom

Education Beyond the Classroom

Special events take place each year, which add to the breadth of academic and cultural life at St Andrew’s School. Events this academic year have included:

  • Choral and orchestral tour to Japan
  • Universities “Town and Gown” trip to Cambridge, Nottingham, Manchester and London Universities, England
  • World Scholar’s Cup Regional Finals in Nairobi
  • World Scholar’s Cup International Final in Bangkok, Thailand
  • Regional Model United Nations Conference in Nairobi
  • Senior Round Square Student Conference, Marrakesh, Morocco,
  • Junior Round Square Student Conference to Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Hosting a Spanish cultural day at St Andrew’s
  • Visits to art galleries, museums and theatres
  • Business Studies and Geography field trips to local and national sites of interest
  • Weekly sports tours to play other international school in Kenya and Trip to Youth Football World Cup, Sweden where the St Andrew’s team won the award for “most sporting team” as well as reaching the semi-finals.

St Andrew’s is very proud of it status as a Round Square School (www.roundsquare.org) , an elite organisation of about 150 similarly minded schools from across all continents of the world who place the Round Square IDEALS of internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service at the heart of their school curriculum. The school is very pleased to have hosted the Round Square Conference in February 2017.

St Andrew’s has a rich tradition of music and drama, with students having the opportunity to study for ABRSM exams in a wider range of instrumental as well as theory exams, as well as the LAMDA individual dram exams.