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Message from our Head of IBDP

It has been a packed half-term in the IB.

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From the very first day, the students have impressed all by their attitude towards all areas of the diploma course.

One of the main highlights was, of course, the IB residential at Lesna Ryba. The whole group bonded during the week and came back a more supportive of each other and certainly knew more people.

For the Pre-IB and Year 12 students, the first half term is about settling in, finding their rhythm and getting to grips with their new courses of study. For Year 13 students it has been Internal Assessments, Extended Essays and for many UCAS and Oxbridge applications.

The students have put a tremendous amount into this first half-term and they deserve their rest. 

I wish them the very best for the week, and I know they are looking forward to the break.

I hope they will all return healthy, rested and ready for the next busy half-term.

Have a great break.

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