Awards & Success

Celebrating and rewarding success

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GEMS focuses on holistic education extends beyond the classroom to embrace a wide range of extracurricular activities including sports, nature trips, arts and crafts and exploratory excursions that provide a well-rounded experience and development of student potential.  The Winchester School follows this philosophy and hopes to develop the unique needs of the child.

GEMS multi-cultural education specialists have the expertise to develop schools that offer a variety of internationally recognised curriculum, and accredited programmes, anywhere in the world.

The Winchester School follows The National Curriculum for England.

Our teachers are specialists in their fields and encourage our children to participate, create and contribute.  GEMS is the natural evolution of over 47 years of success-proven experience and vision - to bring a unique brand of quality education to communities around the world. Our core educational values - World Citizenship, Leadership Qualities, Universal Values and Forward Thinking - are combined with an innovative, relevant approach to education.

Exploration, innovative problem solving, independent expression and decision-making are actively encouraged. Students become informed, confident and active learners with a strong sense of self.

GEMS prepares students to face the challenges of the future by creating education programmes relevant to today's world.

High Achievers in IGCSE, AS & A Level 2016-2017

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards 2016-2017

We are delighted to congratulate our students on their academic achievements in the June 2017 Cambridge examination series.

The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards recognize the exceptional performance of learners around the world. The awards reflect the talent and hard work of learners and acknowledge the dedication and commitment of both teachers and parents.

Student Achievements 2017-2018

Student Achievements 2016-2017

Student Achievements 2015-2016

Student Achievements 2014-2015