GCSE: Denbighshire Council pleased with continuing improvement in GCSE results

Published date: 21 August 2014 |
Published by: Free Press Reporter
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SCHOOLS across Denbighshire are again celebrating excellent examination results.

Denbighshire Council says that early indications are that approximately 89% of students have achieved 5 A*-C or equivalent.

This continues a trend of improvement in the county and the authority thanked  students and schools who have worked hard to ensure continued success.

Denbighshire schools have also seen an improvement in the number of students achieving 5 A*-C or equivalent, including Welsh or English and maths. There have been some outstanding personal successes.

Councillor Eryl Williams, Cabinet Lead Member for Lifelong Learning, said: "These results are fantastic and I would like to congratulate all students who have achieved the grades needed to further their education with support from their teachers. The results this year really are excellent and show that Denbighshire is continuing to improve.

"We are committed to improving standards in education. We can see the results of everyone's hard work to improve education in Denbighshire and I am delighted that these huge efforts are making a real difference to our young people."

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