Outstanding examination results in Summer 2021
A Globeducate student will succeed and achieve their ambitions, and through expert teaching and first- class pastoral care, will come to know what success means to them on an individual level. Students develop the skills and confidence to achieve, or even exceed, their potential to reach high levels of achievement in respected international curricula. Whether following the IB, IGCSEs and A Levels or national qualifications, we teach our students to think, to be independent learners and to be leaders and role models.
The 20/21 academic year saw our best results ever for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Students from our ICS schools in France, Italy and the UK, and Ágora International schools in Spain, achieved an excellent 35.4 global point average — outstanding results which beat the world average of 33/45. The overall pass rate was 98% compared to the world average of 89% and, significantly, 70 per cent of the diplomas achieved by our students were bilingual, a reflection of the group´s commitment to, and expertise in, bilingual education. In 2020, only 23% of IB diplomas globally were bilingual. Globeducate schools lead the way in bilingual IB education.
In the 2021 IB results, 98% of Globeducate students achieved a pass, nearly 10 % above the global average, and students in eight of our 10 IB World Schools achieved a near-perfect 40 points.
Our students performed admirably and are celebrating record results. As well as seeing a sustained average of 87% A* to C results from last year, our Globeducate school average of A* to B grades was 75%, our best ever performance. A magnificent achievement.
IGCSE Results higher than ever in Globeducate British International Schools
This year´s IGCSE results were better than ever; the Globeducate school average was 13% higher than the UK national GCSE average.
Our French schools all achieved 100% pass rate with EIB school results maintaining an impressive three-year average of 28% Mention Très Bien versus this year´s national average of 18%. Congratulations to all of the students who achieved this distinguished level in their assessments.
Beating last year´s record score of 6.91, the University Access Evaluations (EvAU) were the best ever that we have seen. The student-weighted average was a record 7.5 and the highest average grade of 9.3/10.