Class Of 2021 IB Diploma Results |



Class of 2021 IB Diploma Results

IB Diploma results have been awarded to our graduating Class of 2021 and we could not be prouder of their achievements. We would like to celebrate and commend the Class of 2021, especially for the courage and determination they have shown through the disruption of the pandemic. They faced unprecedented and unfamiliar challenges throughout their Diploma studies, and this a much-welcomed opportunity for our community to come together and applaud an outstanding set of examination results, with 33% of our students achieving 40 points and above.

As our graduation guest speaker Catherine Tate reminded us, it is only by being ourselves that we truly belong. Our students belong to the world’s best higher education institutions, and every one of our students has been accepted into their first choice university. 

The IB Diploma is a preparation for life, and our graduates go out into the world with the very best wishes of our community and our confidence that they will continue to aspire to and achieve, the extraordinary.

On behalf of the staff, students, parents and Board of trustees, congratulations to the Class of 2021!

The average IB Diploma Programme score was 35.2. The Class of 2021 will attend universities in 6 countries.
50% of the Class of 2021 achieved 39 points and above. 50% of our UK graduates' further study destinations are Russell Group universities.
86 university offers were made. 27% of our students were awarded a bilingual diploma.
All graduates were accepted at their first choice university.

Half of the class of 2021 will continue their educational journey in the UK, while the other half will undertake further studies in 5 countries around the world - in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Germany. 

As always, we are impressed by the incredible variety of degree programmes that this outstanding class has decided to pursue, be that Art and Design, Politics, Creative Technology, or Medicine. The wide array of academic interests shines a light on how our graduates are pursuing and achieving their unique potential.

University Course Choices 2021
45.5% Humanities
27.3% Science and Mathematics
18.2% Arts
9.2% Literature and Languages

Some of our graduates have chosen to take a gap year. Through volunteering, organising work experience, and travelling, they are pursuing new and exciting journeys around the world.

Watch this space for updates on our new alumni profiles and interviews with our graduates!