In 2016, Grade 10 students sat an innovative IB e-assessment. This was an interdisciplinary digital exam where students had to apply knowledge of both mathematics and English language and literature by analysing patterns in nature.
We are extremely proud to say that our students performed exceptionally well (we had no doubt that they would)!
IB scores are on a scale from 1 (lowest) to 7 (highest). The average score achieved by our then 22 Grade 10 students (now Grade 11) was 5.65 against a world average of 4.93.
Furthermore, the Grade 10 student’s Personal Projects were also examined by the IB with fantastic results. Our students average was 6.19 compared to the world average of 4.23. On a scale of 7 our students achieved on average 2 points above the world average.
We are extremely proud of our learning community and a big well done to the current Grade 11 students and many thanks to their teachers for their wonderful support.