This year, our girls achieved a record overall performance in the IB. Across the board, our IB Diploma students scored an average of 39 points out of 45, two points higher than last year’s average, and well above the global average of 30 points.
This year more than half of the IB candidates scored over 40 points while over three-quarters of them (77%) achieved the top 6 and 7 points available in each subject.
We are delighted that the school’s performance in the IB Diploma is getting stronger and stronger year on year and its popularity is soaring.
Mashal Ijaz recorded a phenomenal 45 out of 45 points and a staggering full marks in all six of her chosen subjects to win her place at the London School of Economics to read Politics and International Relations.
Maia Eyre-Morgan scored an impressive 43 points out of the 45, easily securing her place at Cambridge to read Natural Sciences. Maia also achieved full marks all her Higher Level subjects, Maths, Chemistry and Biology, three of the six subjects she opted to study for the IB Diploma.
Fellow students have secured places at other leading Russell Group universities including Manchester and Southampton, with a high proportion studying STEM subjects, three going on to read Engineering and one to read Biomedical Sciences.
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