School scraps A-Levels

Schools in the South East are increasingly replacing A-Levels with the International Baccalaureate as they try to give their students an advantage when they apply for university.

From September Tonbridge Grammer School in Kent will abandon A-Levels all together, as teachers believe it creates a more rounded applicant.

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School scraps A-Levels

Schools in the South East are increasingly moving to using the international baccalaureate as they try to give their students the edge in gaining a place at university.