Exceptional IB examination results
We’re delighted to announce that four of our students earned the highest possible score of 45 points – only achieved by just 0.2% of IB candidates worldwide – and that 25% of this year’s cohort achieved over 40 points, which puts them in the top 5% of the world’s IB candidates.
Our average points score this year is again 36, which is equal to 4 grade As at A-level.
Principal Andy Rattue said:
“Behind the statistics, results of this quality do not happen by accident. They are the result of consistent hard work by the students themselves, supportive families and the professional approach, care and expertise of our superb staff over the last two or three years.
These results are all the more remarkable when you consider that most of our students are not native English speakers and they have been living away from home. I offer them my heartiest congratulations! It is also good to know that they are thoughtful and socially responsible young people with interests beyond the classroom, strong leadership skills and an international perspective which will stand them in very good stead for university and in their future careers. We hope that they will stay in touch with us and remain part of the St Clare’s family”.
These outstanding results have seen 6 of our students accepted into Oxford and Cambridge, one to Harvard, and 4 going on to study Medicine, to name just a few.
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We are once again overjoyed with our IB results!
As part of their science studies all IB students must take part in a residential field trip. This group of students were studying marine and estuary ecosystems in west Wales. The weather can make a big difference, and due to the nature of the study location, students...