A father who collected his GCSE results today, the same day as his daughter, questions whether the qualifications have been "dumbed-down"?
Millions of teenagers had an anxious wait for their GCSE results this morning but one father from Leicester had a double-dose of nerves.
Landau Forte College celebrate their GCSE results
For many people today was nerve-wracking as they received their GCSE results, but one father had a double dose of nerves.
Barnie Choudhury's daughter got her results this morning and he got his. Mr Choudhury took his GCSE in Maths, decades after first taking his 'O' levels.
Rajiv Popat was there as he opened that all important envelope.
Olivia Choudhury is celebrating with her father today as both of them received their GCSE results.
While this is the first time Olivia has experienced the nerve-wracking moment of opening her results, for her father Barnie this is the second time as he sat his O-levels over 30-years ago.
It was a proud day for Mr Choudhury, his 16 year old daughter Olivia got 8 A* and 3As, he got an A*.
Olivia says there was just a little competition brewing between them.
Students at Holy Trinity International School in Kidderminster are celebrating after retaining a 100% pass rate at GCSE in this year’s examination results.
This is the moment Barnie Choudhury got his Maths GCSE results, more than 30 years since he took his O-levels.
He wanted to see whether GCSEs have become easier as many people often say.
It was a proud day for Mr Choudhury, his 16 year old daughter Olivia got 8 A stars and 3As, he got an A star.
Staff and students at Chase Academy are celebrating their GCSE success today.
95% of the students passed with at least five GCSEs at grades A-C.
Two pupils, who are both in year 7, have achieved A grade GCSEs. Warwick Smith Williams received an A grade in GCSE German and Thomas Griffiths received an A grade in GCSE French
Students in the West Midlands achieved 9% of the A*'s given in this year's GCSE results whilst those in the East Midlands achieved 7%.
There were declines in the proportion of students getting A and A* grades across all regions.
10% of students at The South Wolds Academy have received at least 10 A* or A GCSE grades.