Lonehill learners rejoice over grades
Learners from Crawford International Lonehill gathered to receive and celebrate the results of their Independent Examination Board (IEB) on January 19.
The school was delighted with its 2021 promotion statistics for the year, with a success rate of 100% and 2.7 distinctions per student.
2021 Dux Fellowship recipient and hopeful actuarial scientist Wanjiku Ndegwa expressed his joy after receiving his grades. “I am grateful for all the hard work and for the support I received from my relatives and my teachers for all their help. I still don’t know where to go but I want to study Actuarial Science,” he said. she declared.
“Studying during the pandemic has been difficult. At one point it didn’t even seem real, but we had the necessary support in place from the teachers. I would advise 12th graders to stay focused, but not take everything seriously. You still have to have fun, but be careful.
Tamara Nel, head of academics at the school, said the duration of online teaching with the pandemic at the helm was difficult. “We are absolutely delighted with the results. We were very anxious about two years of Covid and what it was going to mean. Teaching at that time was very difficult. New experiences for learners and staff in terms of education mean we don’t know if we’re doing it right. »
The Chief Executive of Crawford International Schools, Dr Siza Majola, agreed with Nel’s statements about the work done by the learners. “The genius of children manifests itself. Their teachers also had a huge role to play in these amazing results. We were initially concerned about the transition to online learning for this group, but their genius came to fruition. There was a lot of support put in place for them to be successful,” she said.
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