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Whoops of joy filled the school hall at St John Fisher Catholic School today (Thursday, 22 August), as students ripped open their GCSE exam results. Around 3,000 students received their GCSE results at schools across Medway earlier today. Read More

With students across Medway today opening up their envelopes and eagerly finding out the results they achieved in their A level exams, Medway Council issued the following statement More

Careers advisers from the Exam Results Helpline will be on-hand from 8am on Thursday 15 August (A level results day) to provide valuable careers information and advice to students (and their parents) across the UK who receive higher or lower A level results than expected, and more importantly who don’t know what to do next. More

Exam Results Helpline advisers urge students to ‘stay calm’, as they prepare for thousands of calls from students (and parents) who are keen to talk over their options after receiving unexpected exam results this year. The Exam Results Helpline telephone 0808 100 8000 is a free telephone helpline staffed by independent careers advisers. Students across the UK who receive unexpected exam results (A levels, GCSEs and equivalent qualifications) can call in for advice about their learning and career options. More

Medway schools have celebrated their best ever GCSE and A level results for another year, according to results released by the Department for Education.

The provisional results, released by the DfE this morning, reveal that more Medway students have gained five or more GCSE (or equivalent) A* to C grades than ever before – and if the validated results remain similar to these provisional, it will place Medway in the top 20 per cent nationally. More

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