For nearly two years, the covid pandemic has often made teaching and learning difficult for schools and students worldwide – and in many different ways. In some countries, schools have remained open throughout, but closed for many months in others. Some schools could adapt quickly to remote teaching, but others found it harder. Cambridge International works with schools in over 160 countries. Throughout the pandemic, CAIE has adapted their assessment to make it as fair as possible to students in all sorts of different situations worldwide.
CAIE will move gradually from the June 2021 standard of teacher-assessed grades back to the standard of exams 2019.
CAIE will do that in two equal steps – first in 2022 and again in 2023. So the standard of exams in June 2022 will be at the midpoint between the standards of 2021 and 2019.
Grades CAIE awards in June 2022 will be more generous than those awarded in June 2019, and less generous than those awarded in June 2021.
Grade thresholds CAIE choose in June 2022 will generally be lower than in June 2019, and higher than in June 2021
Despite the situation the students were in, SKIS community has again produced excellent resuts.
The top student, Sarah Lee Ka Yee obtained impressive 12 A* while another 7 students obtained straight 11 A* as the list below.
|Abbie Yeap Zi Wei|
|Ashley Jade Leong Huaixin|
|Ethan Philip Ng Kiat Jun|
|Isabelle Sha Jia Zhi|
|James Loke Jie Wei|
|Ng Jen Ying|
|Sophia Ann Buckle|
The following 5 students obtained straight 10 A* as well.
|Alysha Dania Binti Abdul Rahim|
|Dylan Leong Jia Wei|
|Magdalene Chung Xiaoye|
|Nguyen Minh Ha|
These students with others who obtained 12 A*/A s, 11A*/A s and 10A*/A s makes up to 39% of the whole cohort.
In addition, 19.8% of our students obtained 11 A*/A s and above, while 38.8% gained 10 A*/As and above while 49.1% gained 9A*/A and above. 62.1% of the cohort achieved at least 7 A*/A s or above and 74% of this cohort makes up to 5 A*/A s and above is a great achievement.
Kudos to all stake holders of the school including parents, teachers, students and not forgetting the supportive management.
|11 A*/A and above||19.8%|
|10 A*/A and above||38.8%|
|9 A*/A and above||49.1%|
|8 A*/A and above||54.3%|
|7 A*/A and above||62.1%|
|6 A*/A and above||66.4%|
|5 A*/A and above||74.1%|
Source: Sri KDU International School
From our 2022 cohort overall achievement:
- 49.14% achieved A*
- 71.77% achieved A*/A
- 88.30% achieved A*-B
- 96.30% achieved A*-C
This means that 96.3% of students gained credit in their examinations.
As SKIS is an inclusive school that takes students of a wide range of ability, we are proud of the performance of students using the A*-C measure.
Cambridge International Certificate in Education (ICE) exposes students to a broad and balanced curriculum and enables them to demonstrate competence in a wide range of subjects. Students are required to take subjects from five curriculum areas:
- 2 from Languages
- 1 from Humanities
- 1 from Sciences
- 1 from Mathematics
- 1 from Creative & Vocational
|Merit - Distinction||99%|
|Pass - Distinction||100%|
There is 100% Pass Rate in the Cambridge ICE with 99% at Merit and above. Of this, there are 79% Distinctions.
For subjects with high performance, 19 subjects achieved 60% A*/A or above, which is the internationally accepted benchmark for excellence and 2 subject with an astounding 100% A*/A:
|Subjects||% of A*/A Grades|
|FIRST LANGUAGE MALAY||100.0|
|FOREIGN LANGUAGE MANDARIN CHINESE||100.0|
|FOREIGN LANGUAGE MALAY||94.3|
|DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY||85.7|
|INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION||85.0|
|MATHEMATICS (W/OUT COURSEWORK)||85.0|
|FIRST LANGUAGE ENGLISH||61.3|
|CHINESE 2ND LANGUAGE||60.0|