St. Paul’s class of 2022 receive their IB results

Today, together with more than 170,000 other pupils across the globe, our Upper Sixth leavers celebrate their excellent results in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

This year’s cohort of boys and girls have done brilliantly, despite all the challenges they faced over the last two years. The average points score of St. Paul’s pupils achieving the IB Diploma is 34.6 points, higher than 2019, before the pandemic and when pupils sat their exams in the same conditions. Given that this cohort have endured almost half of their IB courses online, and that they did not take IGCSE exams two years ago, we are proud with some excellent results and overall scores. 

Around 13% of the individual grades were 7 and we are especially proud of our seven high fliers who scored 40 or more points from a maximum of 45. Across the board the results were excellent.  The top score in each subject is 7 and some subjects have done exceptionally well with very high proportions of 6 and 7 grades. They all deserve special congratulations for their efforts and success.

“They are now set for university and life beyond. They should be proud of all they have achieved in their two year diploma programme of study. We are delighted with the successes of this year’s young men and women and are especially pleased that they have secured places at the finest universities around the world”, says Titus Edge, St. Paul’s Headmaster.

As they prepare to head off to university whether at home or overseas, we congratulate the pupils and their teachers most warmly on this excellent set of results and we wish them every success and happiness for the future.

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