A-Level success for schools in Denbighshire and Conwy

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Denbighshire A- Level Results

Denbighshire County Council congratulates the county’s young people on their examination successes. Early indications show an increase above the Welsh national standards in students achieving A*-C grades. There are some excellent individual achievements across all schools with most young people progressing to their chosen pathways. There is also a pleasing increase in students achieving A* and A grades this year.

Councillor Huw Hilditch-Roberts, Denbighshire’s Cabinet Lead Member for Education, Children’s Services and Public Engagement, said: “Yet again this year we have seen some great results in Denbighshire, with some outstanding performances from individuals across the county.

“The results reflect the hard work going on in our schools to maintain and improve performance and we must commend our students and staff for the tremendous amount of work and effort that went into preparing for their examinations.

“Young people are at the very heart of our Corporate Plan and we want to see them achieve and have the skills to progress to further education, alternative training or new careers. We would like to offer our sincere congratulations to the class of 2019 and we wish them every success in their chosen pathway.”

Conwy A-level Results

In Conwy’s schools the overall pass rate continues to rise with 97.4% of pupils achieving A* to E grades.

Cllr Julie Fallon, Conwy’s Cabinet Member for Education said “I’d like to congratulate all our young learners throughout the County on their achievements in this year’s A and AS level examinations.  They’ve done so well and worked so hard to achieve these results.

“I wish them all the best as they decide on their future careers, and I’m sure they will all join me in thanking their parents, families, our excellent teachers and support staff who have helped and supported them throughout their studies.”

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