It’s GCSE results day today (Thursday, August 22) and thousands of students across Brighton and Hove are finding out their grades.
We will be reporting on how schools and colleges have done this year and pulling all the stories together in this live blog. This will be updated throughout the day as more data becomes available so please refresh the page for updates.
Brighton and Hove City Council said overall, school’s in the city are seeing improved GCSE results. Read more here.
GCSEs: Progress at Varndean School
GCSEs: Joy for Hove Park students
Quiz: Can you pass this maths GCSE exam? Give the quiz a go here
Quiz: Can you pass this science GCSE exam? See how many of these science GCSE questions you can answer
Here’s a career option for you – As the UK’s airports gear up for what could be their busiest summer on record, NATS, the UK’s main air traffic service provider, is calling on students receiving their exam results to consider a career in the aviation industry. Find out more here.
Have you considered an apprenticeship? – Whether you are collecting your GCSE results or have already gone to college, it is worth considering an apprenticeship. Here is why they are a good option.
Here is how the GCSE grading system works – More than half a million teenagers are coming to the end of the anxious wait for their GCSE results, having sat the first of the new, tougher exams in the majority of subjects.
This year, students will receive numerical grades in most subjects following changes to the system that have seen more challenging content being brought in and pupils sitting an average of 20 to 25 exam papers. Here we explain what new grades actually stand for to help you get to grips with the changes ahead of results day.