IB students achieve new BSN average point score record
Achievements Results

We are delighted to celebrate the significant achievements of our IB students, who this year have achieved a new average point score record for the BSN in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) and Career-related Programmes (IBCP). 

The students have worked incredibly hard and have shown immense determination and focus, resulting in well-deserved success and a 100% pass-rate across both programmes. 

  • Our students’ average point score in the IBDP is an impressive 37.2.
  • This compares very favourably with the worldwide average point score of 33.6, which was surpassed by 76% of our students.   
  • 42% of students scored 40 points or more out of a possible 45, putting them in the top 10% of students worldwide.
  • Three students achieved an outstanding 44 points - placing them in the top 1% overall. 
  • Over 32% of subject grades achieved the highest level 7 award.  

IBDP students have places at a range of universities across the world, including the University of Amsterdam, Technische Universiteit Delft, University of Virginia, and King’s College London.

Meanwhile, our IBCP students are heading to Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences to study Business-related programmes.

Mr Topping, SSV Headteacher, commented:

Congratulations to all of our IB students in Year 13, who have achieved a stunning set of results despite the unprecedented circumstances which have been evident through most of their programme of study. 

He added, "The work ethic, commitment and strength of character of this year group cannot be doubted and these excellent outcomes are fully deserved. 

I am grateful to parents and families who have provided so much support to students through these two years and would like to offer a sincere thank-you to all our staff for their encouragement and guidance of students towards their goals."

Vicki Hallatt, incoming interim Headteacher for SSV added:

Congratulations to our Year 13 IB students on a fantastic set of results. I am excited to see what they will go on to achieve in the next few years. Well done to all.


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