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Impington Village College


If you are prepared to challenge yourself to the full and if the chance to learn in an international environment excites you, as it excites us, then Impington is the place for you!

History of Impington International Sixth Form

Impington Village College was founded in 1939 and occupies a beautiful site just north of the vibrant city of Cambridge. The Sixth Form was later established in 1965 and was among the first state schools in the UK to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) in 1990. The IB is now our main, highly successful, programme. We also deliver A Levels and BTECs to students from across both the region and the globe. We currently have students from over 30 countries on roll, and this all contributes to making our Sixth Form a wholly unique and exciting place of learning.

As a village college, the school was established on the principles so importantly described in Henry Morris’s 1924 Memorandum of a "community centre of the neighbourhood… the place where life is lived". These are held as truly today as they were when the College was first founded.  We endeavour to imbue a strong community ethos in the College and are committed to the IB mission statement.