Impington International College is delighted to announce that 100% of its students have received passes in their International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) or Career-related Programme (CP), and that nearly a fifth (18%) of all students have achieved a point score of 40 or above, which is 7% higher than the international average.
Yesterday, Impington International College received news from the IB that it had adjusted its previously awarded DP and CP grades to correct previously downgraded results and provide an accurate and reliable reflection of students’ performance.
Jo Sale, Vice Principal at Impington International College, said: “The global events of 2020 have presented many challenges for schools and students, and we are very pleased that the IB has made the right decision to revise its grading, to include predicted grades as well as coursework, assessed by IB’s assessors. The revised grades accurately reflect the tremendous efforts and achievements of our students and we are very proud of them all.”
Students from Impington International College have secured places at Russell Group and Oxbridge universities, including: University of Cambridge, Queen Mary University, University of Warwick, London School of Economics, University of Durham and King’s College London. The 2020 cohort will be going on to study a range of degree courses including English and European Law, Mathematics, Marine Biology, Sport and Exercise Science and Drama, Theatre and Performance.
Students studying the CP at the College secured places at world renowned performance schools, including London Contemporary Dance School, Urdang Academy and Rose Bruford College, to pursue careers in theatre.
Impington International College has been offering the IB curriculum for 30 years and was one of the very first state schools in the UK to do so.