Six SISHK students received a total of nine Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards to celebrate their remarkable achievements in the 2018 June IGCSE examination series in the award ceremony held by Cambridge Assessment International Education on Saturday, 10 November 2018.

The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are a group of awards issued by Cambridge International who recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world. For the 2018 June IGCSE examination series, Cambridge International gave out 35 awards to students who sat for the examinations in Hong Kong.

The nine awards received by SISHK students are as follow:


Best Across Eight Award

Chan Justine Tin Nok received the Best Across Eight Award (First place in Hong Kong) for attaining the first highest cumulative total standard marks in eight subjects. This award is a recognition of Justine’s sustained academic achievement over a range of subjects.


Top in the World Award

This award recognises that a student has scored the highest mark in the world for a single subject and two SISHK students achieved this award in different subjects

  • Yu Shing Chun Alex for Global Perspectives
  • Kok Zi Suen for Mathematics (Without Coursework)


Top in Hong Kong Award

The following students gained the highest mark in Hong Kong for a single subject

  • Chan Kristy Tin Wing received an award each for Biology and Chemistry
  • Chan Justine Tin Nok for Information & Communication Technology
  • Niu Muyao for Additional Mathematics
  • Tse Ka Chung received an award each for Additional Mathematics and Physics

During the award ceremony on Saturday, 10 November 2018, Justine also gave a speech as student representative. She spoke about the importance of being a lifelong learner as well as what it means to be a reflective learner, to work with others and to have a passion for something.

On behalf of the school, we would like to congratulate each of our students on their outstanding achievements. We would also like to thank our parents and Board of Governors as these accomplishments are only made possible with your support!

In Justine’s words, “What we have learned serves not just to enhance what we know, but to stimulate us to pursue the things we don’t understand.”

We hope these successes will motivate all of us to further pursue our passions and stay curious in our journey as a lifelong learner!