International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (CP)
Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre is a candidate school for the CP. This school is pursuing authorisation as an IB world school. IB world schools share a common philosophy - a commitment to a high quality challenging international education.
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A perfect blend of academic rigour and career-related learning.
Please click HERE to read more about the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme.
Four CP graduates share their journey | IB Community Blog click HERE to read their blogs.
50 years of IB - please click HERE to read the story:
A vision for a better world: The IB is founded, paving the way for groundbreaking developments in international education.
Inspire your students to lead
Every day, graduates of the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (CP) are leading the future. Through the two-year programme they develop relevant and applicable career-related skills that employers and universities value. With the CP, schools enable students to connect purpose with passion as they learn to:
- think critically and creatively
- effectively work independently and in collaboration with others
- apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios and situations
“What we’re really trying to do is make young people better people, somebody who is responsible for the world around them and for themselves.” Principal, Prosser Academy, United States
A meaningful learning opportunity for all
At GEMS Wellington Academy – Silicon Oasis, 100% of university applicants in the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (CP) attend their first choice of university. Offering IB programmes, however, wasn’t the school’s initial plan. The Academy was originally planning to provide a traditional British programme that parents, teachers and students were familiar with. The proposed addition of the CP was an unexpected change in direction. With more than 4,000 students, school leaders had to consider thoughtfully how to provide relevant and meaningful learning opportunities for all. Explore their journey and discover what contributed to their change of plans.