2013 Worth School IB results

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Worth school IB students achieve overall 100% pass rate and an impressive average of 35 points per student. Congratulations to the Worth School IB students of 2013!  Notching up an average of 35 points per student, the talented students have achieved an overall pass rate of 100% in the IB Diploma this summer. Fifteen students gained…

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Worth School Battle of the Bands Recap

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

In October 2012, Worth School students put on an evening of varied talent. In 2013, we will be doing it all over again! In October 2012, the 8th annual Battle of the Bands competition was held at Worth school. The contemporary music competition is an annual event for students, as part of the wider curriculum…

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Ashes inspires cricket revisit by Worth School

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Now that the clash between England and Australia is upon us for the Ashes, we thought it would be the ideal time to revisit an article by student George Shaw on his beliefs about what cricket brings to society.  This article first appeared in Worth School’s Identity magazine. Cricket has always been a particular love of…

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Reminder of 2012 Worth School leavers’ results

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

With the current Worth School Year 13 students about to move onto pastures new and Year 11 students looking forward to life in the Sixth Form,we look back on the results of last year’s exam students. The Year 11 pupils who took GCSEs at Worth school in 2012 produced the best percentage of A* grades…

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A note from the Head Master, Gino Carminati.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Head Master of Worth School, Gino Carminati, summarises staff changes for next year. As the Worth school academic year ends, changes at worth are taking place as we prepare for the next year. We have said goodbye to our long-serving Bursar, Mrs Angela Higgs, but at the same time, we have welcomed Mr Mark Sweeting…

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Head Master meets school leaders from around the world

Over Easter I went with Fr Peter and Mr Gushurst-Moore to Rome for a conference of Benedictine school leaders from around the world. There were about 170 monks, nuns and lay school leaders from dozens of countries, and from schools that at one level are vastly different, but at another have hugely important things in…

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