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IBDP Success for BGS Students!

Congratulations to our Year 13 IB students and their teachers for their IB results, which were released on Saturday 6th July. We're very pleased to continue to maintain high standards, and average point score of 34 points, with our biggest ever cohort studying the IBDP. 

With 168 points equating to 3 A* grades, you can see from the table below that our students have once again gained a qualification of great academic value and exceeded typical global averages.

As well as the school wide results being extremely pleasing, we also had some excellent individual results, with 9 students scoring 42 points or more. Such a score would put them in the top 5% of IBDP students to have taken the diploma in the world this year. Dylan Christie, Alexander Guest and Emily Sceeny all scored an incredible 43 points. Rosie Bellamy and Ben Huggett attained a near perfect 44 points. These levels of excellence are quite astounding and the students should feel extremely proud of achieving these feats.

In destination news, the Sixth Form Team is working hard to help confirm places on many university courses and degree apprenticeships, while some students have already secured employment. We have 7 confirmed Oxbridge places and 10 students accepted on to Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science courses.

For those in need of any advice or support in taking their next steps please do contact the Sixth Form Team via the support form sent by the Sixth Form Team.

Congratulations, Year 13!

As a flagship for the IB, Bexley Grammar School has the only fully-IBDP Sixth Form in a South East London borough and stands proudly alongside the highly successful IB grammar schools across Kent which deliver the depth, breadth and challenge of the IB Diploma, demonstrably the best preparation for higher education and for a fulfilling future.