GCSE results across the south Norfolk and north Suffolk district

Students open GCSE results at Attleborough High.

Students open GCSE results at Attleborough High. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2013

Thousands of pupils are collecting their GCSE results this morning; check back here throughout the day to see how your school did.

• ARCHBISHOP SANCROFT HIGH SCHOOL

Unable to give out its overall results due to 'a significant challenge to exam boards in some key subjects'.

Head Richard Cranmer added: 'We are delighted with the performance of many of our students and there are some fantastic individual successes. Our maths and English results continue to be very strong, in line with target and well above national averages. As the only Church of England High School in Norfolk we are particularly proud with the achievement of students in RS – 94pc achieving an A or A*.'

• ATTLEBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL

Five A*-C grades, including English and maths: 52pc

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Five A*-C grades, all subject: 71pc

'We are very proud of this year group who collectively have achieved the highest ever results at this school on the 5 A*-C (with English and Maths) measure.

'There were also some outstanding individual successes with Annalise Gray and Emma Lascelles achieving 11 A or A* grades and top performer, Sophie Miller achieving 12 A* grades.

'Congratulations to all the students and staff for their hard work and commitment and many thanks to all our parents and community for their crucial support.' - Neil McShane, headteacher.

• DISS HIGH SCHOOL

Five A*-C grades, including English and maths: Unavailable

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 82pc

'I am thrilled and delighted with the quality of these results. I congratulate both staff and pupils.' - Jan Hunt, headteacher.

• HARTISMERE SCHOOL (EYE)

Five A*-C grades, including English and maths: 65pc

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 95pc

'These results are a testimony to the hard work of all out staff, governors and students and to the support given to them by their parents.' - headmaster James McAtear.

• HETHERSETT HIGH

Five A*-C grades, including English and Maths: 57pc

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 69pc

'After the disappointment of last year, our figure of 57pc A*-C, including English and Maths, represents a 14pc uplift. This is a most welcome step forward and I congratulate the students (and their parents) and staff who secured this improvement. That said, we aspire to significantly higher attainment in the future – which we will achieve.' - John Catton, consultant head.

• HETHERSETT OLD HALL

Five A*-C grades, including English and Maths: unavailable

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 100pc

'The school is grateful to the hard work of the teachers and the dedication of its pupils that have allowed Year 11 to gain an excellent set of results. However, because of the frequent changes to the examinations system, the school is actively investigating IGCSE specifications to enable our dedicated pupils to realise their potential in examinations that enjoy continuity and a well-tried format.' - Stephen Crump, headteacher.

• LONG STRATTON HIGH SCHOOL

Five A*-C grades, including English and Maths: 63pc

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 84pc

John Wilson, headteacher, said: 'I am extremely pleased with the results for this particular year group. This is the third consecutive year we've managed to get 84pc of our pupils to attain at least five top grades. This, together with our recent successful Ofsted report, should make everyone involved with the school feel pleased and proud.

'I'd like to offer my thanks to the students for their hard work, their parents for their support and my colleagues and governors who have worked extremely hard this year.'

• NEW ECCLES HALL SCHOOL

Declined to give its results.

• OLD BUCKENHAM HIGH SCHOOL

Five A*-C grades, including English and maths: 48pc

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 62pc

'The highlight of this year's GCSE results has been the number of exceptional individual performances from students who have overcome difficult personal circumstances in achieving the grades that will enable them to move on to the next stage in their education.

'The GCSE pass rate at five A*-C including English and maths has remained steady and although it is disappointing not to have seen this figure go up, there have been strong performances in a number of subjects. Congratulations to the class of 2013 on their achievements and our best wishes for the future.' - Peter Whear, headteacher.

• WYMONDHAM HIGH

Five A*-C grades, including English and Maths: 71pc

Five A*-C grades, all subjects: 77pc

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