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This year’s atypical exam results period has started with an outstanding set of iGCSE marks (released today by Cambridge International) at Inspired schools across the globe.


Students from Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Kenya, Vietnam and Indonesia, have shown excellent progress, matching the record results of recent years, despite the toughest of circumstances.

Nadim Nsouli, Founder, Chairman and CEO at Inspired Group, is delighted that “expectations at Inspired schools across the world have remained at the highest levels, whatever restrictions our students and teachers have faced – and students have absolutely risen to that challenge. We are proud of their excellent results and the opportunities that now await them”.

Nick Wergan, Global Education Director at Inspired Group adds “these results are testimony to the determination of our students to rise to the challenges their exceptional teachers set them, and the depth of character they have further developed throughout the restrictions in place this year. Students have worked incredibly hard, supported by great teaching, so it is no surprise that results are at record levels again.”

Despite the extraordinary circumstances triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic. Inspired’s online, live and continuous e-learning system stepped in seamlessly for all its students in Europe, Asia and Latin America, ensuring their learning was uninterrupted and their ambitions and University aspirations undiminished.

School’s highlights on this early iGSCE results include:

  • In Portugal, the Grade 10 students from PaRK International school were the first cohort ever to undertake these challenging exams and have achieved an impressive 41% of A*-A grades in the first results announced.
  • In Switzerland, an outstanding 24% of the students at St George's achieved the highest grade of A* on their exams. One of them attained all A*s with 9 in this examination session.
  • Saint Louis School Archinto, in Italy, is also celebrating the excellent performance of one of their top achievers, who gain a full set of A*. From the whole cohort of Year 11 students, 49% have reached A*-A grades on their exams.