A-level pupils look set for record results

By on 19/08/2010 in News

Pupils across Birmingham were today finding out if two years of hard work has paid off as they picked up their A-level results.
More than 2,800 pupils at the city's 39 local authority-run sixth form centres were put out of their misery, with many returning to school for the day to share the moment with their friends.
Early indications suggest it will be another record year of results, with almost all candidates achieving at least one pass and most gaining one or more higher grades at A to C.
Tony Howell, Strategic Director for Children, Young People and Families for Birmingham City Council said: “I would like to congratulate all pupils in Birmingham for achieving their A-level examination results today.
“It marks a major milestone in their lives and the accumulation of two years hard work.
“They are now poised to embark upon the next stage of their lives which will see them either continue into higher education, vocational learning, employment, or even take a gap year out.
“Whatever they choose to do, I wish everyone all the very best for the future.”

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