British School of Bahrain (BSB), the leading premier school in Bahrain, yesterday presented top internationally performing GCSC students with awards to mark their achievement. Recipients of this year’s honours were: Layla Al Ammari, who received the highest global GCSE mark for Art & Design: Fine Art, and Adnan Demachkieh, the leading international GCSE scorer in French.

The awards were presented to the students by the British Ambassador to Bahrain HE Simon Martin. In attendance at the ceremony, held on the BSB premises, were members of the student body and BSB staff alongside parents and visiting guests and dignitaries.

Commenting, Mrs. Julie Gilbert, Head of BSB said, “It gives us great pride to be presenting students of the British School of Bahrain awards for their exceptional achievements, which saw them outrank their peers on a global basis. Their results serve to underscore the high quality international standard education our students continue to receive at BSB and their ability to compete at the highest global levels. We will further invest in the School and introduce InspirED’s best practices from across the world to continue raising the level of education at the school.”

British School of Bahrain continues to rank among the top K-12 institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain and the GCC region. Year after year, the school delivers outstanding examination results at A level, BTEC and GCSE in line with its mission and dedication to academic excellence, responsibility and individuality.