Pupils prove that ‘A’ standards for achievement in A-Level success - slideshow

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IT was celebrations all round as many Doncaster schools reported record A-Level results despite the decline in top-end grades for the first time in 20 years nationally.

The majority of schools in the borough were toasting their best ever results with some recording a 100 per cent pass rate and many bucking the national trend with increases in top end grades.

(l-r) Danum students Grace Foulds, 18, achieved A in Sociology, B in Government & Politics, and B in History, and will attend Lancaster to study History & Politics, Lauren Bryan, 18, achieved A in Maths, A in Further Maths, A in Business Studies and B in Statistics, and will attend Machester to study Actuarial Maths, Chloe Parkes, 18, B in English Language, B in Sociology and C in Drama, and will attend Hull to study Drama, and Elizabeth Dalton, 18, achieved A* in Sociology, A in Government & Politics, and A in English Language, and will attend Leeds to study Social Politics, all cheer and celebrate their grades.  Picture: Andrew Roe

(l-r) Danum students Grace Foulds, 18, achieved A in Sociology, B in Government & Politics, and B in History, and will attend Lancaster to study History & Politics, Lauren Bryan, 18, achieved A in Maths, A in Further Maths, A in Business Studies and B in Statistics, and will attend Machester to study Actuarial Maths, Chloe Parkes, 18, B in English Language, B in Sociology and C in Drama, and will attend Hull to study Drama, and Elizabeth Dalton, 18, achieved A* in Sociology, A in Government & Politics, and A in English Language, and will attend Leeds to study Social Politics, all cheer and celebrate their grades. Picture: Andrew Roe

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