Thursday, 14 August 2008

A' level Education Groundhog Day

Although congratulations are in order, the annual script reading took place today with the announcement of A' level results. The script was dug out, new and improved percentages were routinely pencilled in over the old ones and off they went with glad tidings.

Education Minister Jane Hutt said added her congratulations for the "excellent" achievements:

I was particularly pleased to see the increased participation rates and great results that have been achieved, for example, in maths and ICT.

The hard work of students and the support they receive from teachers and parents has once again paid off and everyone involved can rightly feel proud of what has been achieved.

5 comments:

Anonymous 14 August 2008 at 23:39  
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Miss Wagstaff 15 August 2008 at 19:32  

The comment actually said "t", which I thought was pointless. Perhaps like you ;)

Damon Lord 17 August 2008 at 12:42  

Can you delete this comment please? ;)

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