Western Cape’s Reddam House matriculants achieve 18 rankings in top 1% and 91 rankings in the top 5%
The matriculating Class of 2021 at Reddam House Schools in South Africa, part of the international Inspired Education Group, again achieved a 100% pass rate in the Independent Examinations Board examinations at all their seven schools in three provinces.
“Our Reddam House Matric students have shown incredible optimism and gone to extraordinary lengths. They adapted and stretched themselves mentally and emotionally. Ultimately, triumphing in the face of unprecedented challenges. We believe, beyond doubt, that our outstanding Reddam House 2021 Matric results, affirm our students’ resolute commitment to the task at hand and their resilience during another year of COVID disruptions. This success was achieved as a result of the proactive, strategic and operational measures we adopted, as well as the unfailing commitment and dedication of our Heads and teachers in the holistic pursuit of academic excellence at our Reddam House Schools,” commented Reddam House Schools Managing Director of Education and Ethos, Sheena Crawford-Kempster.
In the Western Cape, three Reddam House Schools – Atlantic Seaboard, Constantia and Durbanville – proved their excellence by achieving a total of 379 distinctions. 37 students achieved an A-aggregate and 109 students a B-aggregate or higher.
Our top Reddam House achievers in the Western Cape are: Erin Fischer and Hannah Mackie from Reddam House Constantia with eight distinctions each. Noah Maclou and Eleni Tsombanellis from Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard, Julia Chowles, Alexander Cristaudo, Sean Jerling, and Robynne Stephenson all from Reddam House Constantia achieved seven distinctions each.
In addition, the following outstanding results were achieved:
IEB Outstanding Achievement List: Erin Fischer (Constantia Campus) achieved a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in six subjects or more.
IEB Commendable Achievement List: Robynne Stephenson (Constantia Campus) achieved a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in five subjects.
⮚8 students achieved 6 distinctions each
⮚12 students achieved 5 distinctions each
⮚15 students achieved 4 distinctions each
⮚37 students achieved an A-aggregate
⮚109 students achieved a B-aggregate or higher
Reddam House Overall Results Nationally
Overall, the seven Reddam House Schools in three provinces in South Africa delivered excellent results with 254 students achieving a B-aggregate or higher.
Five Reddam House matriculants did exceptionally well in achieving eight distinctions each and a further 19 students achieved an impressive seven distinctions each.
In addition, the following results were achieved:
⮚16 students achieved 6 distinctions each
⮚27 students achieved 5 distinctions each
⮚33 students achieved 4 distinctions each
Reddam House students obtained a total of 30 rankings in the top 1% and 209 rankings in the top 5% of IEB candidates per subject nationally.
IEB Outstanding Achievement List: JunHe Chen (Waterfall Campus) achieved a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in six subjects or more.
IEB Commendable Achievement List: Shalin Pather (Waterfall Campus) achieved a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in five subjects.
Congratulatory Message from Inspired South Africa CEO
“I am incredibly proud of this group of Matric students. The Covid-19 pandemic has altered our lives and this group of students has shown true strength in dealing with adversity, evidenced in the way they coped with these challenges. I have a huge amount of respect for these students and the dedication that they have shown. They have a solid grounding for life, and I know that they will excel in the next steps of their lives,” says Ravi Nadasen, CEO of Inspired South Africa.