World-Class IB results at The Abbey

The Abbey School is celebrating another outstanding set of IB results – reaffirming our globally renowned status as one of the top IB schools in the world.

An IB Diploma point score of 39 is the level required to gain admission to the most competitive courses at Oxbridge, so The Abbey average of 40 points (30 is the world average) is testament to the exceptional dedication of both students and staff despite the disruption they have faced this year.

 

Congratulations go to all students, with particular praise for three students who achieved a perfect ‘45’. Typically only 0.01% of IB students globally celebrate this remarkable achievement. Alyssa will now go to read Mathematics and Philosophy at Warwick, Poppy is going to read Anthropology at Durham, and Annabel is heading off to Queen’s University, Belfast to read Medicine. 

Three further students all achieved 44 points including Emily who leaves The Abbey to read Law at King’s College London.

 

Overview:
Remarkably 3 separate students achieved a perfect score of 45 placing in the top 0.01% globally
Over 60% of students achieved more than 40 points
All of our students are progressing to world-leading higher education institutions

 

Head of the The Abbey School, Will le Fleming, is delighted with the students’ achievement: “The IB Diploma has for many years offered our students access to an academically rigorous and internationally-respected gold standard. I’m hugely proud of our students and warmly congratulate them on their results, achieved during the most challenging of times. Their determination to succeed and overcome obstacles will stand them in good stead in their next educational steps and in the world beyond.

“A special mention must also go to our wonderful teachers, who faced these most unprecedented times with resolve and unwavering commitment to support their students.”

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