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How did your school do? A-level results so far for Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 21:15 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:51 17 August 2018

Students are excited to receive their A-Level results at Woodbridge School Picture: CHRIS SILOVSKY, WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL

Students are excited to receive their A-Level results at Woodbridge School Picture: CHRIS SILOVSKY, WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL

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The 2018 A-level results day is coming to an end and Suffolk have once again produced some incredible results.

The 2018 A-level results day is coming to an end and Suffolk have once again produced some incredible results.

Astoundingly more than one secondary school were able to get all their A-level students to achieve A*-E grades, with Ipswich High School, St Benedicts Catholic School and Sir John Leman High School, among others, achieving the feat.

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County council’s education cabinet member Gordon Jones was keen to comment on the results achieved by schools in the area.

He said:“This success is a real testament to the hard work and dedication of pupils, parents, teachers and governors.

“Through our Raising the Bar programme we are improving outcomes for Suffolk pupils and ensuring that every child and young person in Suffolk can achieve their full potential.”

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Suffolk’s young people and wish them every success as they move on to new challenges.”

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Fire crews from Colchester and Wivenhoe have been called out to a bedroom fire in Colchester this evening.

A ground-breaking tech company that recently relocated from Cambridge to Suffolk has been working with University of Essex researchers on technology designed to make our online data safer.

From its ‘Go Bananas’ HQ in Bury St Edmunds, this forest advanture company now employs more than 1,000 people across the UK and the US.

Multi-million pound plans to transform a Suffolk RAF base into the first permanent international site for US fighter jets have been announced.

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