A-Level results

Students across the region find out the results of their A-Level exams.

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Home educated teen gets top results

Eli Ingle, who achieved two A stars and an A Credit: PA

A Sheffield student who achieved top grades says home education can work right up to A level.

Very few home-educated pupils continue to learn in this way past GCSEs.

But Eli Ingle, 19, achieved two A stars - in business studies and sociology - and has now found out he has an A in psychology.

He said he thought about going back to college for A-levels but he and his family had enjoyed his home education so much he wanted to carry on.

Mr Ingle, who is the grandson of well-known Sheffield boxing trainer Brendan Ingle, has been educated at home since the age of 13. His sister Niamh, 17, who has also been home-educated, got an A in sociology and a B in psychology.

A level results in York higher than national average

Provisional results for York school sixth forms show that 28% of entries were awarded A star/A grades, which are higher than the national figure. Over 78% of entries were given a top grade of A star, A, B or C.

We would like to congratulate all young people, schools and families on their achievement this year. Once again, York pupils have produced an excellent set of A level results and we are absolutely delighted for them. It is important to remember the impact of each individual student’s results on plans for their future – and we wish them all every success as they embark upon the next stage of their lives”.

– Councillor Janet Looker


Students celebrate A level success

Students at GSAL in Leeds celebrate their A level results

A level students at the Grammar School at Leeds are celebrating a record set of results with 99.9% of students gaining a pass at grades A* to E; 79% achieving passes at grades A* to B; and 55% at A* and A. Seventeen students achieved A* grades in three or more subjects.


Help and support after exams

If you are getting your A-Level results today or know somebody who is, you may be looking for advice on what to do next.

A guide has been produced to show you a wide range of options, including university, gap years and apprenticeships.

With the substantial rise in university tuition fees many people are worried that they will not be able to achieve their career goals without huge debt but the key message we want to convey is 'don't panic', as there are many avenues open to young people.

We're not anti-university by any means, but it's incredibly important to us that students don't feel pressured into making a decision that will ultimately cost them an awful lot of time and money, especially when there are debt free choices out there to be considered.

– Sarah Clover, notgoingtouni.co.uk

You can find more advice here.

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