International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) pupils from Haileybury have produced the best set of results since the School began offering the IB, with an average points score of 37.4 out of a maximum of 45. The second best year was in 2008, when the average points score was 35.9.
Three pupils – Susannah Carr, Johanna Hockmann and Paula Hubner – scored 43 points, while 12 scored 40 or more. 40 points equates to 5 A grades at A Level on the UCAS points tariff. Twenty eight out of the 44 candidates scored 36 points or more.
In addition, the results of the Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essay sections of the Diploma were excellent – 30 candidates out of 44 scored 2 or 3 of the 3 points available.
The Master of Haileybury, Joe Davies, says: "These are excellent results and reflect tremendous credit on the ability and determination of the candidates in the demanding IB Diploma Programme, which they have studied over the past two years. These results also show the dedication of the teaching staff who have guided and supported the pupils in their studies."
Click here to view the 2010 IB Standard and Higher Results