Dubai: Brighton College Abu Dhabi pupils celebrate the highest GCSE and UKMT results worldwide. The school saw 9 pupils achieve the highest GCSE grades worldwide and 6 pupils received a Gold certificate by the UKMT which puts them in the top 10% of all pupils who took part across the world.
Top worldwide GCSE achievers are:
- Gyeongmin Noh – GCSE Mathematics
- Matteo Zamparini – GCSE Italian
- Filippo Codevilla – GCSE Italian
- Sara Zamparini – GCSE Italian
- Davide Frenguelli – GCSE Italian
- Matilde Fulfaro – GCSE Italian
- Ibrahim Arekat – GCSE Arabic
- Hazem Issa – GCSE Arabic
- Shruthi Ananth – GCSE English
Gold certificate achievers are:
- Abdulrizaq Yusuf
- Yoon Seo Kim
- Taysir Barakat
- Gyubo Kong
- Hyochan Cho
Simon Corns, Head Master of Brighton College Abu Dhabi said: “Pupils at Brighton College Abu Dhabi achieve such extraordinary feats almost on a daily basis, that one is in danger of regarding them as routine. They are not, of course; they are the result of outstandingly gifted, hard-working young men and women whom it is a pleasure to work with, and of whom we are all immensely proud. Our fantastically talented teaching staff, of whom we are also hugely proud, are remarkably attuned to finding and bringing out the very best in all our pupils.”
About Brighton College Abu Dhabi
Located adjacent to Khalifa Park on Abu Dhabi Island, Brighton College Abu Dhabi offers a British curriculum education to pupils from ages 3 – 18 years. The College comprises three separate schools – the Pre-Prep school, Prep school and Senior school – in one purpose-built campus adjacent to the Ministries Complex. Brighton College Abu Dhabi been rated Outstanding by the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), in 2018.
Apart from Brighton College Abu Dhabi, Bloom Education operates a 10-hectare Brighton College campus in Al Ain. This school has also been rated Outstanding by the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK), in 2018. Brighton College Dubai, the third sister school of Brighton College UK in the UAE. opened its doors in September 2018. It has since become an accredited British Schools in the Middle East (BSME) School. Whilst, in the UK, Brighton College has been awarded England’s Independent School of the Year in 2018, by The Sunday Times.
Bloom Education, a Bloom Holding subsidiary, delivers the highest standards of a British curriculum education in the UAE and is committed to inspiring its pupils to appreciate and value local heritage and cultural diversity.
© Press Release 2019