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Parents are often bursting with pride on GCSE results day, but in Bury St Edmunds two mums were jumping for joy not just for their sons but also for gaining their very own A and A* grades as well.
A student who was hit by a car and left with a brain injury just seven months ago has said she is delighted after picking up GCSEs.
While pupils nervously see what they have got, it is easy to forget that results day is also an anxious time for teachers.
Students at Great Cornard’s Thomas Gainsborough School, which had some of the most improved maths and English results in Suffolk, have spoken of their delight on GCSE results day.
A schoolboy at Stour Valley Community School achieved its best-ever GCSE results today.
Special praise went to a GCSE student from Ormiston Sudbury Academy who passed his English and maths exams after having open heart surgery when he was 13.
One student battled illness and grief during GCSE studies and still achieved good grades.
Tributes have been paid to an “inspirational” former Stowmarket Middle School head teacher who has died of an aggressive blood cancer.
Student Eve Waller recovered from life threatening injuries after an accident to achieve excellent GCSE results.
It is a very special day for Kesgrave star student and head boy Jonathan Durston - who discovered he had achieved 12 A*s and one A in his GCSEs this morning.
Debenham High School student Aidan Coe, said he was quite overwhelmed with his GCSE results after finding he had achieved one A* distinction grade, nine A* grades and one A grade.
Farlingaye High School student Erin Hamilton, who achieved nine A* grades in her GCSEs today said she was “shocked and relieved” with the results.
Year 11 pupils across north Essex are celebrating another bumper crop of GCSE results this year.
Schools across the area are celebrating outstanding GCSE results after months of waiting.
Her older siblings have been proudly showing off the junior pigs they and their classmates designed and painted during the summer term.
The outstanding GCSE results achieved by Ipswich schools this year are a promising step in the right direction, the town’s MP has said.
There were tears from some and squeals of joy from others today as students across east Suffolk opened the envelopes containing their GCSE results.
Girls are expected to yet again outperform boys on GCSE results day this year.
Youngsters across Suffolk will this morning end their anxious wait as they pick up their GCSE results.
The dad of Blur front man Damon Albarn will be one of the two first recipients of an honorary degree from the University Centre Colchester (UCC).
Plans to expanded de Vere Primary School in north Essex will go on show tomorrow.
A Clacton Coastal Academy pupil who achieved U grades in his first year of sixth form became the school’s top performing A-level student yesterday.
Woodbridge School’s ‘drama queen’, Flora Douglas is ecstatic with her A-level results – and is now hoping for a career in the theatre.
High-flying student Natalie Nickells was preparing herself to go through clearing because she felt she had done so badly in her exams – only to discover she had got four A* grades and an A in her A-levels.
A 7ft tall student who underwent surgery to remove a tumour while studying for his A-levels is on his way to achieving his dream of becoming a research chemist.
For one A-level student from Bury St Edmunds, results day came after a lifetime living with brittle bone disease, with multiple operations and complications making her miss a lot of school lessons.
Schools in Ipswich will be welcoming back their Year 13 students today ready to hand out their all-important A-level results.
Hundreds of students across Suffolk and north Essex have been finding out their A-Level results today.
A teenage mum who gave birth at the age of 15 and was told her life was “ruined” returned to education to complete her A-levels.
Students celebrating getting their results today have been given a cheeky offer from Nandos.
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