Year 13 Students at The Skinners’ Kent Academy are celebrating another year of successful International Baccalaureate Career-related programme (IBCP) results.
The IBCP is an innovative education programme tailored to those who want to focus on career-related learning. Over the past two years, students have completed a Reflective Project and Community Service Learning whilst studying a range of different subjects including mathematics, chemistry, film, social & cultural anthropology and geography.
Final year students have been offered university places to study a range of courses including accounting, anthropology, criminology, English and law at universities such as Kings College London, University of York, University of Plymouth and University of Sussex.
Commenting on this year’s results, Skinners Kent Academy Principal Hannah Knowles said: “We are delighted that the hard work and dedication of our students
has resulted in an excellent set of results that are recognised both nationally and internationally.
“This is the first time in three years that our IBCP students have sat written exams so we would like to congratulate them for the commitment they have shown towards their studies. We wish them all the best for the future and look forward to welcoming them back in years to come as part of our alumni!”