Students in Cognita schools across the world are celebrating success in this year’s International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).

The average score across Cognita schools taking the IBDP was nearly three points higher than the global average score.

As well as standout performances far exceeding the global average, some highlights from our schools include:

Southbank International School, London in the UK (pictured above) – 21% of students achieved a score of 40 or above (school average score of 35)

CHIREC International School, Hyderabad in India – 15% of students achieved a score of 40 or above (school average score of 35)

Repton School Dubai in the UAE – 13% of students achieved a score of 40 or above (school average score of 36)

The British School of Barcelona in Spain – 12% of students achieved a score of 40 or above (school average score of 34)

Talking about these impressive achievements, Dr Simon Camby, Group Chief Education Officer at Cognita, said:

“Many congratulations to all our IB students who have worked incredibly hard to get these fantastic results. While results are important, they alone will not unlock the key to a successful future. Our schools provide an outstanding holistic education, working hard to instil agency, adaptability and positive attitudes in our students, which will enable them to thrive in our rapidly evolving world.

“A huge thank you to our school teams and families for their important role in preparing our students for their next chapter. We wish all our students a happy, successful and fulfilling life ahead.”