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Caerphilly students congratulated for A Level achievements

Posted on : 15 Aug 2019

Caerphilly students congratulated for A Level achievements
Caerphilly students congratulated for A Level achievements

Students across Caerphilly county borough are being congratulated for their A Level achievements.

Learners have collected their A Level and AS Level results at Caerphilly county borough schools and colleges today (Thursday 15th August).

Caerphilly County Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Achievement, Cllr Philippa Marsden said: “Congratulations to all our learners receiving their results today. Each individual success is the culmination of many years of hard work and commitment. Thanks must also go to our dedicated staff and parents, for their passion which has yet again helped support our young people in reaching their full potential.

“Whatever our students are choosing as their next step; whether they’re entering the world of work, taking up an apprenticeship or heading to university, I’m sure they’ll find they are very well equipped to make their next step in life a successful and enjoyable one”.

Richard Edmunds, Caerphilly’s Director for Education and Corporate Services added, “I’d like to add my congratulations to learners across the county borough on today’s results. We are fostering a culture of learning and advancement across all sections of our community, from pre-school right through to adult education.

“We have committed students, high quality learning environments and passionate staff which is certainly helping contribute to our ‘Team Caerphilly’ approach to improving educational attainment across our area. Well done everyone”.

Caerphilly County Borough Council also works closely with the Education Achievement Service (EAS) for South East Wales in their shared ambition to further improve educational outcomes.

Lynette Jones, EAS Lead Education Director for South East Wales said, “Congratulations to all our learners across the region. The adaptive approach to learner support continues to promote improvement in outcomes, as does the close partnership work between our schools, the EAS and council support services. We wish our students the very best as they continue to progress towards successful futures and fulfilled lives”.



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