IB students maintain their 36 point average

International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma students at The British School of Brussels (BSB) have achieved excellent results, yet again.  It has been a tough year for the students, but  so wonderful that they now have their results, said John Knight, Vice-Principal & Head of Secondary School, “and the 36 point average achieved, is in line with BSB’s success records over the previous four years,” he continued. The average point score obtained was 36.2 which is a fantastic result in any year. (The worldwide average was 29.7 points in 2019).

“It is very pleasing to see that BSB’s track record of superb IB performance has been maintained.  With this another year of outstanding results. BSB does not select students by ability and for many, English is not their native language. This makes success even more tremendous.” Said Melanie Warnes, Principal. “I am delighted for our students who deserve this success and I congratulate them all. Thank you also to the BSB teachers and support staff for their dedication and skill, during these exceptional times.” Melanie added.

“I am delighted for the students who have seen all their hard work rewarded.  They may not have had the usual exam journey but through the fair and robust IB assessments process they can feel very proud of their achievements.” Said John. “My huge thanks to the dedication of the teachers who have gone the extra mile this year in challenging circumstances, along with their parents for their unfailing support,” he continued.

Another great success story for BSB’s graduating students in the school’s 50th anniversary year.


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