The British School of Kuwait welcomed HE the British Ambassador, Mr Frank Baker, and the Deputy Head of Mission at the Egyptian Embassy, Mr Youssry M.Khalil, to join Mr Sadiq Al-Mutawa, Mme Vera Al-Mutawa, Dr Hanan Al-Mutawa, Mr Paul Shropshire, Mr Andrew Moulden and Mr John Lambert in celebrating the achievement of one of their students, Aly Emam, for his outstanding performance in the June 2012 IGCSE Biology examination.
Aly, now in Year 12, achieved a very respectable 8 A*, 2 A and a B grade in his IGCSE examinations. Obviously he was delighted with these results, but Aly received some further great news when he learned that he had in fact achieved the best result for Cambridge IGCSE Biology in the World, out of tens of thousands of students.
This is a very prestigious award and reflects the enormous talent not only amongst BSK students but also amongst the teaching staff. Aly was joined by his proud parents and his sister Habiba as well as his teacher Mr Edward Salvesen, Biology Coordinator Dr David Williams and then Chair of Science Miss Alya Muflihi.
The photograph shows Aly holding his certificate from Cambridge International Examinations, together with his parents and sister Habiba, who is holding Aly's plaque.
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