Today our International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (CP) students received their vocational qualification results which confirms the awarding of their IB qualification. This year 100% of students successfully achieved their vocational qualifications and therefore have been awarded the IBCP qualification. Additionally, 86% of students completing double awards achieved top grades of D*D*-DD, a really outstanding outcome allowing students to secure their apprenticeship and university places.
As well as contributing to the success of the students IBCP, the results of the vocational courses are themselves a wonderful achievement, providing students with a double level 3 qualification (equivalent to 2 A levels) in addition to the excellent IB subject grades they have already obtained.
Achievements of particular note include:
Evie Anderson, Aimee Lewry, Jessie Cherry, Bethany Brenchley and Ellie Lamb who achieved D*D* in Health & Social Care.
Johnny Cole, Stanley Lebon, Ethan Price, Sebastian Szewielewicz, Logan Webb, Daniel Banks, Ethan Latymer and Christopher Nisan who achieved D*D* in Computing.
Mateusz Bloch and Luke Mackenzie who achieved A* grades in their Finance Diploma.
Mateusz Bloch, Malavie Bootes, Ella Greely, Olivia Boswell, George Kazi, Elouise Fisher, Luke Mackenzie, Tilly Knight and Macey Pask who achieved D* grades in Business.
Lucy Hickmott, Matt Weatherley and Olivia Rae who achieved D*D* in Sports & Exercise Science
Chris Pleasant, Head of Sixth form praised “the hard work of all our IBCP students and staff which has produced another year of outstanding results. We are very proud of the IBCP offer here at Dane Court and the apprenticeships our students have now secured in accountancy, engineering, journalism and healthcare to name a few demonstrates why. Others have secured competitive university places at prestigious institutions such as Exeter, Birmingham and Southampton.
More importantly, we are all proud of the students who have achieved the success they deserve and are confident they will go on to have successful careers in their chosen field.”
Melissa Linton, IBCP Coordinator reflected on the last two years; "This cohort of IBCP students have achieved excellent results across the board. During Year 12 the students' learning was very disrupted, but their results are testament to their hard work and resilience. I am very proud of all of them; the results they have achieved at Dane Court, and the exciting destinations and futures they have secured for themselves."