IB in the News

At Wrotham, we want to offer the IBCP (The International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme) from 2017, and we are a candidate school, meaning that we are currently being assessed by the IBO (International Baccalaureate Organisation).

The International Baccalaureate Diploma has been a credible and world-renowned alternative to A Level provision for schools around the world for over 40 years ,and its Career-related Programme builds on this success, having been developed to combine the skills that universities and employers want from students. It has been called the ‘gold standard’ for international sixth form education and it is independent of governmental policies.

The IB’s rising popularity in the UK has resulted in a number of national press articles and interest.

The IB and your future:

Click here to read an article from Further Education News – dated 3 Jul 2016 ‘International Baccalaureate collaborates with investment industry to offer sixth form students bespoke finance education package’

Click here to read a report by the Higher Education Standards Authority (HESA) – dated Feb 2016 ‘International Baccalaureate students studying at UK higher education institutions: How do they perform in comparison to A level students?’

Click here to read an article from the Independent – dated 20 Feb 2013 ‘The IB develops the students top universities want’

The IB as a qualification:

Click here to read an article from SI News – dated 29 Sept 2016 – ‘30% of state schools in UK’s Kent County now offer career-focused IB programme’

Click here to read an article from SI News – dated 6 Apr 2016 – ‘UK: Kent CP initiative gains momentum with 27 schools’

Click here to read an article from the Telegraph – dated 2 Apr 2015 – ‘The IB: A qualification that defies boundaries’

Click here to read an article from the Telegraph – dated 30 Jul 2013 – ‘International Baccalaureate: no government intervention, no grade inflation’

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