Shanghai School News Roundup: August 2021

By That's Shanghai, August 20, 2021

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Harrow Shanghai Upper Sixth Leaver’s Dinner


Harrow Shanghai recently celebrated the wonderful achievements of departing Upper Sixth (Year 13) students at the atmospheric Fairmont Peace Hotel. All of them have received top university offers from some of the best institutions in the world, including University College London, Imperial College, King’s College London, Sydney University and the University of British Columbia, to name but a few.

Wellington College's Class of 2021 Achieves Outstanding IB Scores


Wellington College International Shanghai was thrilled to report that its Class of 2021 achieved an average score of 38.1 points on this year’s IB exams. This far exceeds the global average of 33.02. Special congratulations are also in order for pupil Amelia Hoogewerf, who achieved a perfect score of 45!

NAIS Pudong Tokyo 2020 Olympics-Themed Summer School


Through arts and crafts, English, Math and STEAM, children at the NAIS Pudong Summer School had the chance to learn about the Olympics, the sports undertaken and what it means to have Olympic spirit. The four weeks culminated in a closing ceremony in true Olympic style. The children received awards and certificates based on their dedication and hard work, and even created the pictograms shown during the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony!

Dulwich Pudong Announces Outstanding I/GCSE Results


Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong (DCSPD) was pleased to share that their Year 11 students delivered fantastic I/GCSE results, with 85% of grades A* to A, and 94% of grades A* to B. Not only do these results place them well above the global average, they also set a new benchmark for DCSPD, representing their highest percentages since our first I/GCSE exam cohort in 2007. The College, as usual, had one of the largest cohorts of I/GCSE test takers in Shanghai, with 63 taking the exams. Over 50% of their test takers had spent 4 or more years at DCSPD, a testament to the strength and continuity of their curriculum, as well as the strong relationships students had built with faculty over time.

Students at BISS Puxi Celebrate Success with IGCSE Results


BISS Puxi students achieved incredible results reflecting a longstanding record of academic success at the school. Some of this year’s achievements include: 97% of BISS Puxi students achieved 5 or more A*- C grades; and 68% of all the grades awarded to BISS Puxi students were A or A*. Congratulations to all the students, teachers and parents on these outstanding iGCSE results.

Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi Announce Outstanding IGCSE Results


Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi was immensely proud to announce the outstanding IGCSE results of its 2020-2021 Year 11 cohort. Of the results, 78% of grades achieved were A* or A; 95% of grades achieved were A* to B; 100% of grades achieved were A* to C. The students’ achievements are a clear testimony of their hard work, maturity and resilience, and the entire community is proud of their much-deserved success.

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