Tanishka Shah, Anaya Nipane, Piyush Kolhe and Jiana Kambo scored 98.22 %. Other high scoring students included six who attained 54 points (96.5%) each. Three students on 53 (94.7%) points, whereas four students secured a 52 (92.9%). Shah said that, “Our class X programme is a framework for learning that emphasizes intellectual challenge and is designed to enhance our future readiness of the students. It encourages us to make practical connections between studies and real life, preparing us for success in further study and in life.”
President of the school, Robbin Ghosh, said that, “These mighty students displayed the power from within, despite no Face to Face (F2F) contact for the three most important months, prior to the final assessment.” The principal Saarada Ghosh, said, “The class X is a framework for learning that emphasizes intellectual challenge and is designed to enhance future readiness of the students. It encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and real life in the world outside, preparing them for success in further study and in life. We wish to congratulate all members of the Class of 2019-20 and their teachers for their excellent achievements in the IB MYP (10 Standard) results. It takes the shared efforts, dedication and perseverance of all to achieve such an outstanding results, which sit well above the world average. We are immensely proud of their success in the MYP.”
Victorious Kidss Educares, was authorised to implement the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme in the year 2010. Since then we have been following the program and its unique pedagogy authentically which has resulted in students graduating from their Standard 10 with laurels.
Speaking of the graduating class, Head of MYP, Ms. Jaya commented: “It has been a privilege to witness each one of these students develop both personally and academically over the past few years. Today, we have a cohort filled with kind, confident, talented, globally – minded and ethical International leaders, each of whom we are confident will lead and excel in their chosen career paths. Indeed, despite the uncertainty around the world at present and ever-increasing obstacles they have faced over the past months, the results of their resilience and hard work are clear today. We wish them the best of luck and success in their future endeavors.”
MYP Coordinator Mr. Vishwajeet says, “It is important to deliberately offer young students challenges, knowing full well that some of the challenges will be daunting. Exposure to challenge, in a secure environment and appropriately reflected upon, can awaken a self-belief and resilience which can be transformative.”