our achievements overview

Academic Highlights 2022

 

Garden International School’s consistently outstanding academic results place us amongst the best British international schools in the world. Year after year, our students surpass themselves and achieve some of the highest-scoring A Level and IGCSE results in the region.

This year, all of our examinations were externally assessed, making our results even more impressive following two years of disruption. We are exceptionally proud of what our students have achieved in 2022; it is a true testament to their diligence and perseverance, as well as the unwavering support and hard work of our teachers.

A Level

IGCSE

80%

of all grades at A Level were A*/A

55%

of all grades were A*

68%

of students scored 3A*/As

74%

of all grades were A*/A

51%

of all grades were A*

48%

of students scored 9A*/As and above

292

grades awarded

100%

pass rate

1,191

grades awarded

100%

pass rate

A Level

80%

of all grades at A Level were A*/A

55%

of all grades were A*

68%

of students scored 3A*/As

292

grades awarded

100%

pass rate

IGCSE

74%

of all grades were A*/A

51%

of all grades were A*

48%

of students scored 9A*/As and above

1,191

grades awarded

100%

pass rate

Our Class of 2022 will go on to study 51 different courses across 47 institutions in 10 different countries. With courses ranging from Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain-enabled Business, Neuroscience, Medicine, Law and Economics, Computer Science and Engineering, it is clear that the personalised learning approach and bespoke curriculum at GIS enable each individual student to fulfil their potential and pursue a path that is well suited to them!

Examination Results

A Level
A Level Results Summary
Grades A* /A (%)
Grades A* to B (%)
Grades A* to C (%)
2022
80
94
98
2021
73
87
93
2020
81
93
98
2019
58
76
93
2018
60
83
96
IGCSE
IGCSE Results Summary
Grades A* /A (%)
Grades A* to B (%)
Grades A* to C (%)
2022
74
89
98
2021
76
89
97
2020
76
93
99
2019
69
87
96
2018
74
90
98

Value Added Results

What is Value Added?

‘Value-added’ is a universal measure of the progress that pupils make over a period of time, in relation to their starting point and in comparison to other pupils across the world. It is calculated by comparing what a child is predicted to achieve, according to standardised testing, with what a child actually achieves. Factors such as the quality of teaching and learning are known to have a profound impact on a student’s progress, which is why schools’ value-added scores can differ so much.

Our Value Added

We are incredibly proud that the Value-Added (VA) result for our 2021/22 GIS Graduates continues the positive trend at GIS, with our A Level students achieving +0.8 grade higher on average than forecast, and our IGCSE students achieving on average an incredible 1.56 higher on average than forecast. This means that, on average, in addition to a student’s aptitude for learning, the GIS experience improved each student’s outcome by between 0.8 and 1.56 of a grade.  This is a true testament to the quality of our personalised approach to teaching and learning and the dedication of our teachers and students. 

Our value-added results are based on data provided by GL Education, The Fischer Family Trust (FFT) and the Center for Evaluation & Monitoring specialising in the analysis of school performance data and providing value-added analysis.

Rewarding High Achievement

Outstanding
Cambridge
Learners Awards

Due to the anomalous circumstances of last year, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2020 did not go ahead as planned. In the event that the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) decides to continue the awards in 2021, the results will not be announced until November. We will update students and parents as soon as more information is made available to us.

 

57

Outstanding Cambridge Learners Awards for AS and A Level in the past 6 academic years

107

Outstanding Cambridge Learners Awards for iGCSE in the past 6 academic years

Due to the anomalous circumstances of last year, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2020 did not go ahead as planned. In the event that the CAIE decides to continue the awards in 2021, the results will not be announced until November. We will update students and parents as soon as more information is made available to us.

 

Due to the anomalous circumstances of last year, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2020 did not go ahead as planned. In the event that the CAIE decides to continue the awards in 2021, the results will not be announced until November. We will update students and parents as soon as more information is made available to us.

Due to the anomalous circumstances of last year, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2020 did not go ahead as planned. In the event that the CAIE decides to continue the awards in 2021, the results will not be announced until November. We will update students and parents as soon as more information is made available to us.

Due to the anomalous circumstances of last year, the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2020 did not go ahead as planned. In the event that the CAIE decides to continue the awards in 2021, the results will not be announced until November. We will update students and parents as soon as more information is made available to us.

Rewarding High Achievement

Outstanding Cambridge
Learners Awards​ 2022

The Cambridge Learner Awards are designed to, in the examination board’s own words, “recognise the exceptional performance of learners around the world in Cambridge examinations.” Awards are divided into three categories: Top in Malaysia; Top in the World and High Achievement (for subjects not widely taken in Malaysia). 

In 2022, fourteen of our IGCSE, AS and A Level students were awarded ‘Outstanding Learner Awards’ from Cambridge Assessment International Education for examinations which were sat in June 2022. These achievements are a true testament to the incredible resilience, commitment and hard work from the fourteen students who, supported by their teachers, themselves experts in their fields, have exceeded their potential, making themselves, their families and our entire school community exceptionally proud.

Top in the World
Student Name
Award
Qualification
Syllabus
Kkabir Raj Bhalla
Top in the World
Cambridge IGCSE
Mathematics (Without Coursework)
Rin Umayahara
Top in the World 
Cambridge IGCSE 
Mathematics (Without Coursework)
Top in Malaysia
Student Name
Award
Qualification
Syllabus
Bryan Luo Ting Lim
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge IGCSE
Computer Science
Ray Gene Yi Forbes
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge IGCSE 
First Language English (Oral Endorsement)
Ray Gene Yi Forbes
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge IGCSE
Foreign Language French
Ray Gene Yi Forbes
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge IGCSE 
Music
Jun Ming Julian Tan
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge IGCSE 
Physics
You Ping Lim
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge International AS Level
Business
Benedict Kuok Hau Tan
Top in Malaysia 
Cambridge International AS Level
Chemistry
Ni Co Cheng
Top in Malaysia
Cambridge International AS Level
Computer Science
Sadhana Saravanan
Top in Malaysia
Cambridge International AS Level
Geography
Chloe Shen Yi Wong
Top in Malaysia
Cambridge International A Level
Computer Science
Rheya Anna Monerasinghe
Top in Malaysia
Cambridge International A Level
Computer Science
High Achievement
Student Name
Award
Qualification
Syllabus
Evan Wei Em Yoon
High Achievement
Cambridge International AS Level 
Music 
Jack Zhu Zhiang Yeo
High Achievement
Cambridge International A Level 
Music
Jack Andrew Allan
High Achievement
Cambridge International A Level 
Physical Education
Chloe Shen Yi Wong
High Achievement
Cambridge International A Level
Sociology

We look forward to receiving news of the ‘Cambridge Outstanding Learners Award’ recipients for 2023 in October 2023.

Our Sixth Form

Our Sixth Form Diploma (for Years 12 and 13) prepares students holistically for life beyond GIS.

Our Sixth Form

Our Sixth Form Diploma (for Years 12 and 13) prepares students holistically for life beyond GIS.