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31 January 2018

Johannesburg, January 25, 2018 - Inspired, a leading group of premium schools in Africa, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Latin America, is proud to announce outstanding Reddam House South Africa Independent Examination Board (IEB) matriculation results. 

The 293 Reddam House South Africa 2017 matriculants achieved a 100 percent pass rate, with 45 students obtaining 6 or more subject distinctions (80%+) and 82 students attaining an A-Aggregate.

These outstanding results are the culmination of supportive parents, committed students and hand-picked passionate teachers providing a dynamic, relevant and contemporary approach to excellence in education.

Shining examples are Luke Mackie (Reddam House Constantia), featured in the IEB Outstanding Achievement List with a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in 6 subjects or more as well as Jessica Cooper and Alexander Cowing (Reddam House Constantia) and Michael Pereira (Reddam House Bedfordview) featured in the IEB Commendable Achievement List, with a national ranking within the top 5% of all IEB students in 5 subjects.

“The truly exceptional results of all our Reddam House schools are made possible by the hard work, dedication and professionalism of our outstanding teachers and students. The ethos and educational practices of Reddam House are designed to inspire students to achieve their maximum potential in a nurturing, progressive, academic environment anywhere in the world,” says Graeme Crawford, Founder of Reddam House. He added: “Reddam House understands how important education is in equipping our students to face an increasingly challenging global future with pride and confidence - inspiring true excellence in international education.”

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Alumnus Honoured as “Hero of the Month”

15 January 2018

In November 2017, former Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard student, Brandon Beack, was presented with LeadSA’s Cape Hero of the Month award – a recognition of the significant impact that he has in his community: inspiring, leading and participating as an active citizen of South Africa.

A moment of tragedy, back in 2012, turned Brandon’s life upside down. Before a bad dismount during his training, he was aiming to be an Olympic gymnast. The accident left him paralysed as a C6/C7 quadriplegic. After ten weeks of therapy, the Beack family was left to find their own way on an unsure path.

What could have been the end of Brandon’s aspirations – through sheer determination and an incredible display of character, and with the undying support of family members – turned into a new horizon. Brandon was not giving up just yet.

Brandon co-founded the Walking With Brandon Foundation, a re...



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