One learner from St. Paul’s has received a prestigious award from Cambridge International Examinations to acknowledge his outstanding performance in the November 2016 Cambridge examination series.
Cambridge Top in the World awards recognise the success of learners who have achieved the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject. Henrique Lorente, 16, received the Top in the World award for Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (without coursework.)
Louise Simpson, Head at St. Paul’s said that the awards recognised the talent, dedication and commitment of both learners and staff. She said: “This is a very special achievement indeed for Henrique and for the maths department and we are thrilled that he has been recognised in this way.” Proud maths teacher Mike Sanderson added “I am so pleased to see Henrique’s hard work come to fruition in this way.”
Janet Morris, Director, International Network, said:
“It is extremely rewarding to congratulate Cambridge learners and teachers at St. Paul’s who have worked so hard to achieve tremendous success in Cambridge examinations. The results are a reflection of the enormous talent in Brazil, not only among learners but also within the teaching profession. Learners from St Paul’s have a bright future ahead of them, and I wish them every success in their future.”
Cambridge programmes and qualifications are taken by learners in more than 10000 schools in 160 countries. They are recognised by universities and employers around the world.