December 11 2013 Latest news:
The dissolution of a Norwich sixth form partnership with another school has proved an early success, it was claimed today.
The grand opening of the UK’s first specialist science and maths sixth form took place at Norfolk’s newest free school this morning.
Following the success of her GSCE results, Amber Bale admitted A-levels were an eye opener.
Darion Mayes will be studying at Cambridge University next year after achieving 4 A* grades.
Headteachers at west Norfolk schools said they were pleased with similar or improved A-level results compared to last year at a time when the number of students achieving top grades nationally has fallen.
The full round-up of results and reaction from across the region.
Pupils in Wymondham and Hethersett nervously gathered at their schools yesterday to collect their A-level results, with university hopes hinged on success.
For thousands of students across the region, their A-level results were the culmination of two years of hard work, and most schools reported that students hoping to go to university secured a place.
We will be updating this page with A-level results from schools and colleges across the region as they come in, with early results suggesting the proportion of students in the region achieving grades A*-C may have fallen slightly compared to last year.
Results in Thetford area schools held up well despite a turbulent year of change.
Hundreds of A-level students around the region have received their A-level results today.
Today promises to be a day of smiles and tears as thousands of students receive their A-level results, and make decisions which could affect the rest of their lives.
For one reader, the nightmare struck not once, but twice, when she sat her A-levels, but she and her fellow students voted to plough on regardless.
While thousands of students prepare to scramble for vacant university places if their grades are higher or lower than expected, one Norfolk university has said it will not take part in the clearing process.
With A-level students waiting nervously for their exam results, we are asking readers to tell us their own worst exam experiences.
Stars of a new advertising campaign for Great Yarmouth College are apprentices and former students who have got to where they went to be in life by choosing a course at the college.
The opening of a new student services centre at a sixth form college is signalling a wave of major investment in the historic seat of learning.
After lengthy talks about their futures Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft colleges have decided not to merge.