The IBCP at Wrotham School

On the sixth form website, we will be posting regular updates about the IBCP (from 2017). Wrotham School is a candidate school for the IBCP, meaning that we are currently being assessed by the IBO (International Baccalaureate Organisation).


The International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP)
Information Evening on Wednesday July 13th at 6.30pm

Year 9 and 10 parents and students

At Wrotham School we are passionate about our students achieving and developing the best possible qualifications and skills to enable them to fulfil their career aspirations.

It is imperative that we offer a curriculum at Key Stage 5 that prepares our students for the global economic challenges and competition that they will face throughout their working life. We are convinced that the IBCP can do just that.

The International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme is more than just an education.   It is a programme of study that will provide a well-rounded education for post 16 students at Wrotham School from September 2017. The programme is an internationally recognised course, followed by students around the world.  It seeks to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young adults who are prepared for the modern world.

The programme can lead to further/higher education, apprenticeships or employment.

We are delighted to welcome our guest speakers for the evening; Dr Peter Fidczuk (IB UK Development and Recognition Manager) and Ms Kate Grieg Headteacher of  King Ethelbert School in Birchington, both of whom have a wealth of experience regarding the delivery of the programme and its impact on student achievement.