Congratulations to all our exam students on their superb results in last summer’s public examinations.

At A Level, over half of all papers were graded A* or A, and 74% A* – B. Out of 29 students, an astonishing 22 students gained an A grade in at least one of their subjects. Of these, 11 students gained 3 or more A grades:

Jameel Ur Rahman 4 A* Vimukthi Caldera 3 A
Nasmal Basheer 2 A* 2 A Alexandria De Lima 3 A
Amani Sahib 2 A* 2 A Reema Mohamed 3 A
Vinura Fernando 1 A* 2A Bilaal Saheed 3 A
Hanako Itsubo 1 A* 2A Hafsa Siddique 3 A
Afeef Sahabdeen 1 A* 2A

Jameel Ur Rahman achieved an average of over 97% across his four subjects, including 99.5% in Physics.

At IGCSE, over 75% of papers were graded A* or A, and well over 90% A* – B, which are outstanding results which compare with the very top schools worldwide. A record 13 students gained 7 or more A or A* grades, with six obtaining at least 7 A* grades:

Shamira Ghouse 10 A* (& 1 OL A) Rahul Jordashe 5 A* 3 A
Yohann Sequeira 8 A* 2 A Voirrey Quayle 5 A* 3 A
Shevangi Sadesh Kumar 8 A* 1 A Pravan Mathew 4 A* 5 A
Manoj Thogesan 8 A* 2 A Abhishek Premachandra 4 A* 4 A
Nayasheen Waseem 6 A*(& 1OL A) 4 A Ashaera De Fonseka 4 A* 4 A
Dilroshini Karunaratne 7 A* 2 A Jaishnu Thiagarajah 4 A* 4 A
Ajay Gnanam 3 A* 6 A

Shamira Ghouse gained 10A* at IGCSE, having already achieved an A (the highest possible grade) on one O Level subject last year. She achieved an average of over 90% across her ten IGCSE subjects, including 98% in both Maths and Chemistry. Her eleven top grades are the best ever results by an Elizabeth Moir School student and among the best ever by a Sri Lankan student.

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