Thirty St Christopher’s Senior School students sat the DELF A1, A2, B1 and B2 on Saturday 14 June 2014, at the Alliance Francaise. In the past four years, the number of students sitting the DELF examinations has significantly increased, and many students are now moving closer to the B2 level, a certificate which allows access to universities in France. We are delighted to announce that the results are once again outstanding, with many students passing with flying colours. In St Christopher’s School, the highest grade for A1 was attributed to Gisele Nascimento Dias, who achieved 93.5%. The highest grade for A2 was obtained by Amelia Rennie, who achieved 88.5%. The highest grade for B1 was achieved by Mohammad Fazli, with 89.5%. For the very first time at St Christopher’s, we have a student who passed the highest level of the DALF, the C2 level, the most advanced level of the DELF. Many congratulations to Michel Toutoungy for this fantastic achievement and to all students who sat these examinations. We look forward to the 2014 Awards Ceremony to celebrate the DELF students’ achievements.