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A-LEVEL RESULTS: Students discover if they have made the grade




Students are discovering if they have received the A-level results they need for their next step towards a bright future.

Results will be coming in throughout the morning.

Some schools have already revealed their pass rates (click on the school names for individual stories).

At St Benedict's Catholic School, in Bury St Edmunds, 61 students sat A-levels, with 86 per cent achieving A* to C and 100 per cent overall pass rate.

At County Upper School, in Bury St Edmunds, of the 122 students who took A-levels, 82 per cent gained A* to C and 99.4 per cent A* to E.

At King Edward VI School, in Bury St Edmunds, 185 students took A-levels, with 78 per cent of all entries graded A* to C and 98 per cent graded A* to E.

At Thurston Community College, 123 students sat A-levels, with 81 per cent gaining A* to C and a 99 per cent overall pass rate.

At Mildenhall College Academy, 67 students took A-levels, with 62 per cent achieving A* to C and a 98 per cent overall pass rate.

At Stowmarket High School, of the 52 students taking A-levels, 43 per cent secured A* to C with 94 per cent achieving a pass grade.

At Stowupland High School, 36 students gained results with an overall pass rate of 92 per cent for A-levels, 100 per cent for Applied General courses, A* to C was 56 per cent for A-levels and 87 per cent for Applied General courses.

At Thetford Academy, 56 students took A-levels, with 50 per cent at A* to C and a 90 per cent overall pass rate.

At Culford School, 79 per cent gained A* to C with an overall pass rate of 99 per cent.

At Thetford Grammar School, 11 students sat A-levels with 92 per cent achieving A* to C.

  • Place an exam congratulations message on the family notice page in the Bury Free Press - email bmd@iliffepublishing.co.uk or call 01780 484830 to arrange.


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