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IB Open Evening

17 February 2017

On Wednesday,  15 February Year 11 students and their parents attended our IB evening lead by Dr. Latkowski. We believe that the presentation and conversations with the IB teachers proved very helpful.


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For anyone who missed an opportunity of being in school on Wednesday evening, the presentation is available at: 


The IB presentation was strongly supported by current IB students, Margarita (Year 13) and Sarah (Year 13).   Here is a bit of advice provided by them to our Year 11 students or anyone else who plans to enroll in the IB programme:

“IB gives you much choice and independence in what you want to study which makes it very different from the educational systems that I have experienced and I really enjoy it. It is a challenge, but with a positive mindset, hard work (and some coffee), it can be overcome - like anything in life”.