Results and Destinations of International Baccalaureate Students Announced

The International Baccalaureate Diploma, known as the IB, is a globally-recognised qualification that challenges, encourages and inspires students to become a creative problem-solver and lifelong independent thinker ready for university study and an international career. 

Every year our students show great results in the International Baccalaureate Programme with 99.8% of students successfully achieving the Diploma in the last 6 years. We are especially proud that 44% of students achieved top grades 6-7 in the last 5 years. 

This year, top-scoring students achieved 43 points, while only 7.3% of students achieved over 40 points globally according to TES. One-third of our students received a Bilingual Diploma which makes The Worthgate School a great starting point for an international career. 

of students achieved the IB Diploma in the last 6 years
of students achieved top grades 6-7 in the last 5 years
of our students received a bilingual Diploma in 2022

“We are so proud of all our students for achieving excellent results. This is just the beginning of the journey. We wish our students all the best in their future endeavours.”

Dr Nicola Robinson, Acting Principal

Top students destinations

Course Name
University of Glasgow
Psychology £5000 annual scholarships for academic excellence
Kingston University
Journalism and media
University of Westminster/ University of Reading
Architecture and Environmental Design
University of Sheffield
Theoretical Physics
Regents University London
Business Luxury Brand Management
University of Exeter/ Queen Mary University of London
International Relations
University of Warwick/Queen Mary University of London
Computer Science/Electrical Engineering
University of Plymouth

Congratulations Lucca

I would describe the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme as a challenge that creates an internal ambition. It helps in learning how to work”

Lucca From Brazil

Lucca achieved a total of 43 points. His subjects are Physics, Maths and Chemistry. Lucca has gone on to study Theoretical Physics at the University of Sheffield.

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