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world school tri 2 colour 150pxPlease contact us if you are interested in applying to study the International Baccalaureate and have not been in touch with us before.
Call the school office on 01843864941 for further information .

MO1L6671 150pxThe average points score of Dane Court IB students this year is the equivalent of three A* grades at A level. This is really helpful for you to know as you make the decision regarding where to study in September 2017 as increasingly you will be competing in a challenging job market.

P1010804 150pxThe vast majority of Dane Court students who applied to university have been offered places at their first choice university and all who have applied to university have now been offered a place. Even those who slightly missed their expected grades have been accepted by universities.

It is well known that an IB student is more likely to stay at university as they have been so well educated in the type of study that will equip them effectively for student life after school.

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We are a mixed sixth form community of over 300 students, offering the very successful International Baccalaureat Diploma Programme (IBDP), the IB Career-related Programme (IBCP) as well as a programme of extra-curricular activities and opportunities for leadership within the school. Many students also join us in the sixth form from other local schools as well as from abroad and are fully integrated into the life of the school.

The Dane Court sixth form experience includes extensive participation in extra-curricular activities; something that is encouraged hugely at the heart of both the IBDP and IBCP. Visits to New York, Iceland, Namibia, France, Germany and Stratford upon Avon are also available for students. There are field trips and extensive cultural excursions to support the curriculum for all Year 12 students.
Dane Court sixth form is a thriving section of the school with its own identity, and yet sixth form students are also very much involved with younger pupils through the House system. We have worked hard to earn our 'outstanding' reputation (Ofsted 2007) and a visit to the school to meet staff and students will, I hope, leave you in no doubt that our reputation is well deserved.

Annie Hale
Head of Sixth Form