St Andrew’s Senior School, Turi congratulates our Year 13 and Year 11 students for their record breaking performance in this year’s A Level and IGCSE exams.
At A level, Year 13 students set a new school record by achieving 71% of all A level grades at the top A*, A or B grades, improving from the previous record of 69% set in 2016. Equally impressive is the 92% A*-C grade achievement – which also sets a new school record.
Particular congratulations go to Piriye Whyte, Karen Wandia, Rosine Sanginga, Jeremiah Omino, Humphrey Omiat, Bridgid Mogeni and Eric Kibogo who achieved A or A* in all three of their A level subjects. A total of 21 Year 13 students achieved three grades at grade B or higher.
Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, History, ICT, Religious Studies, Drama and Sociology all achieved a 100% A* – C pass rate at A level. At AS level we are very pleased that Year 12 achieved an A-C AS level pass rate of 72%, just beating the 70% achieved by this year’s record setting A level group when they sat AS exams in 2016.
Full A level results for 2017 are summarised in the table below.
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The year on year progression of A level results can be seen in the following graph
At IGCSE, Year 11 have passed their IGCSEs with an A* – C pass rate of 93%. Using the indicator used by the most academic schools, St Andrew’s is very proud that, for the sixth year in succession, Year 11 students have achieved 50% all grades at A* and A.
Special congratulations go to Njerei Mogwanja who topped the year group with 10 A* grades in total. She was closely followed by Katrina Kopiyo and Sarah Nabirye with 9 A* grades, Rosa Chiruyi and Jirreh Sengeri with 8 A* grades and Jeremiah Ayebare and Whitney Karungi with 7 A* grades.
The core subjects of English and Maths were very strong with both subjects achieving 66% of grades at A or A*. Other leading subjects were Sociology (86% A*/A), History (79%), Geography (71%), Music (71%) and Religious Studies (68%).
The full IGCSE results for the 2017 Year 11 cohort is summarised in the table below. This table includes a small number of ‘early entry’ results for RE and Kiswahili which were taken in 2016.
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The year on year progression of IGCSE results can be seen in the following graph