Sevenoaks School is Top Co-Ed IB School 2011
Sevenoaks School is proud to have been certified as the top UK co-educational Independent School in 2011 and 2010 in the league tables published on www.best-schools.co.uk and www.baccalaureate.eu.com.
From the 2010 press release:
North London Collegiate, Sevenoaks and King’s have been vying for top spot for several years, but the surprise for 2010 is the emergence of the Stephen Perse girls in 3rd position in their first ever IB results. However it should be mentioned that both Sevenoaks and King’s have more than 3 times the number of IB candidates than NLC or Stephen Perse, making their results more statistically credible. In Sevenoaks’ case, no less than 10 of their pupils achieved the maximum score of 45 points, a truly remarkable record. World wide, less than 1% of students get 45 points whereas Sevenoaks had nearly 5%.
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The Head, Mrs Katy Ricks, said: 'We are delighted that the hard work of our students and teachers has been recognised, and proud that Sevenoaks School is considered a leading IB school.'
The Sunday Times Independent Secondary School of the Year 2008
We were delighted that The Sunday Times chose Sevenoaks as its Independent Secondary School of the Year in its survey of Britain’s Best 2000 schools. The Head, Katy Ricks, said, 'This is a fantastic accolade for the school. It is clearly a recognition of our students’ academic success, but it also reflects the broad educational experience we offer, and the ability of our staff to nurture individual talent.'