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A-Level results revealed across Diss, Eye and beyond

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Diss High School Students collect their results.
Diss High School Students collect their results.

A-Level results for sixth forms and colleges across the country have been revealed.

With students across Norfolk and Suffolk finding out if all the hard work has paid off, it was positive news for Diss High School's sixth form.

Pupils achieved an overall pass rate of 99 per cent, with 83 per cent of grades being A* to C.

The school had a 99.8 per cent rate last year.

Headteacher Dr Jan Hunt said: “A-levels were more rigorous this year and students and staff are to be congratulated on a fabulous set of results."

In Eye, Hartismere School’s sixth form found its 102 pupils had a pass rate of 99.7 per cent, with 86 per cent achieving A* to C.

Headteacher of the school, James McAtear, said: “These results are a testimony to the hard work of all our staff, governors and students."

Attleborough Academy had a pass rate of 96 per cent, with 54 per cent of pupils achieving grades of A* to C.

In Framlingham, Thomas Mills High School had a 99 per cent pass rate, with 74 per cent of students achieving a grade between A* and C.

  • For full coverage of A-Level results day, including pictures and reaction from students and staff, pick up a copy of this tomorrow's Diss Express.

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