A-level results 2017: Results map of Norfolk and Waveney schools
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How did your school or college fare in today's A-level results?
Our live A-level results map shows how schools in Norfolk and Waveney have performed in their exams compared to previous years.
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Green pin = Up on last year
Yellow pin = Same as last year
- 1 Air ambulance called and A47 closed after incident
- 2 Why this Norfolk village is one of the best in the UK
- 3 Major Lowestoft road partially closed due to police incident
- 4 Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries in A47 crash
- 5 Man airlifted to hospital with serious head injuries after fight near pub
- 6 Shed set alight, 16 broken into and pumpkins destroyed at allotments
- 7 Market traders 'devastated' over council plans to revoke licences
- 8 A47 set for two weeks of roadworks from Monday
- 9 'I couldn't believe my eyes' - snorkeller finds 125-year-old shipwreck
- 10 Hamleys toy shop opens in Norwich shopping centre
Red pin = Down on last year
White pin = Results unavailable
Hundreds of students are today discovering their results, which will help them decide on their next steps.
Results will be announced during the day, with an overall county average for Norfolk and Suffolk likely to come later in the day.
Nationally, boys are expected to outperform girls again in terms of A*s, with one expert suggesting that they could also close the gap with their female classmates at the A grade boundary.
This year's results mark a key step in major reforms to A-levels introduced by government in recent years, including a move away from coursework and modular exams, as well as a significant decision to separate AS-levels to form standalone qualifications.
Though it makes it difficult to compare the results like for like, providing last year's percentage gives an indication of how the reforms have affected schools and colleges.