South Norfolk A-Level results revealed
- Credit: Simon Finlay
A-level pupils from across south Norfolk began arriving to pick up their exam results this morning.
And many will have suffered a sleepless night as they waited to open the envelopes announcing what their future would hold, in the short-term at least.
Check back here for more results as they come in.
• ATTLEBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
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A-Level pass rate A*-C 68pc
A-Level pass rate A*-E 98pc
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AS-Level pass rates not disclosed
Headteacher, Neil McShane, said: 'We are, as ever, immensely proud of the achievements of our students, many of whom have recorded truly outstanding grades this year. This cohort has produced very creditable results and they can feel justly proud of themselves. Students have worked in partnership with their teachers who have provided them with high quality tuition and guidance. They have also benefitted from the excellent support of their parents.'
• DISS HIGH SCHOOL
A-Level pass rate A*-C 78pc
A-Level pass rate A*-E 100pc
AS-Level pass rates not disclosed.
Headteacher Dr Jan Hunt said: 'I am delighted with the success of our students most of whom have already had their university places confirmed.'
• HARTISMERE SCHOOL
Harltismere School chose not to disclose its results, but director of sixth form Sarah Gray said: 'We are so pleased with the excellent results achieved by our students at both AS and A2.
'The students' fantastic results reflect the hard work and commitment they have shown throughout sixth form.
'The students and their parents and teachers should be justly proud of all their achievements.'
• HETHERSETT OLD HALL SCHOOL
A-level pass rate A*-C 67pc (84pc 2012) (65pc 2011)
A-level pass rate A*-E 94pc (100pc 2012) (100pc 2011)
AS level results unavailable.
Steve Crump, headteacher, said: 'Once again, the hard work of our staff with the support of parents has ensured our Year 13 students can benefit from an excellent range of higher education courses.
'We are delighted that almost a quarter of our students got at least one A*, and all the girls who applied were accepted into their first choice of university.
'Our ethos is always to work with pupils regardless of their abilities to realise their potential.'
• WYMONDHAM HIGH
A-Level pass rate A*-C: 78pc (74pc) (76pc)
A-Level pass rate A*-E: 98pc (97pc) (97pc)
AS-Level pass rate A*-C: 56pc (63pc) (55pc)
AS-Level pass rate A*-E: 88pc (91pc) (86pc)
Mr Russell Boulton, Principal, said: 'This is another year of so many personal successes reflecting the hard work and dedication of our young people, staff and families. Results show yet another improvement on previous years, with almost 60% of students achieving A*-B in their chosen A Levels. We wish our students the best possible luck for their future studies and careers'