Felsted once again recognised as a top International Baccalaureate school

PUBLISHED: 10:39 27 January 2017

Fay Calow

Fay Calow


Felsted School has again been named by IB-School.eu and Best-Schools.co.uk as one of the Top 40 Independent International Baccalaureate (IB) Schools.

Felsted had its largest ever group (37 students) taking the IB last year, and every student was successful in gaining the Diploma.

This was achieved with an average score of a fraction below 34 points, above an average score of ABB at A Level.

The IB is taken by nearly one third of the students at Felsted and a number have achieved world class scores, notably former Felstedian, Faye Calow, who achieved the required score to confirm her place at Trinity College, Oxford, to study English Language and Literature.

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