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King Edward's School, Witley is an independent day and boarding coeducational school in Wormley, Surrey. The school was founded in 1553 by King Edward VI and Nicholas Ridley and became fully coeducational in 1952. Although the IB Diploma was the only course offered at sixth form for some time, the school went back to teaching A-Levels alongside the IB Diploma in 2015.
The average score of students at KESW is 32.2 compared to the IBO average of 28.56
KESW has a Selective policy. Information about their entry criteria can be found on their website.
This School teaches in English only and has not publicly stated any other languages taught in.
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KESW does not offer the MYP but may offer similar courses.
Students can only take the MYP pre-16 y/o.