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10% of students at The South Wolds Academy have received at least 10 A* or A GCSE grades.
Charnwood College, formerly Burleigh Community College, has seen 97% of students achieve five A* - C grades, 3% up on last year.
92 students (34.3%) gained three or more A* or A grades and 99% achieved at least one GCSE pass.
Nottingham Academy, the largest Academy in Europe, has 3600 students. 51% of pupils at the school have gained five or more GCSE passes A* - C grade.
54% of pupils at the Nottingham Girls’ Academy also received the same grades.
Concord College, Shropshire's International school, has received a pass rate of 100%.
Students achieved five or more A* to C passes including English and maths.235 A*s were awarded overall.
79% of all grades awarded were A/A and 95% of all grades awarded were A/A/B which equals last year’s record.
Students at The Marches School in Oswestry are the first year of GCSE students to receive their results since the school became an Academy last August.
Students and staff were celebrating this morning as a record 92% of students achieved 5 or more GCSE’s A* - C.
It's a 4% improvement on the 2011 results.
Councillors in Nottinghamshire have approved changes to the school year. There will still be three terms but there will be a fixed two-week break at the end of the Spring term.
The Children and Young People's Committee on the county council voted in the new holiday pattern this morning.
Nottinghamshire will be out of step with neighbouring counties and will be operating totally different term times to Nottingham City, which is moving to a five-term academic year.
The new system will come into force in September 2013 and remain in place until 2016, when the council will review the matter again.
More than 50 run-down schools in the Midlands are celebrating today after getting Government money for building work.
But twice as many have seen their bids for funding turned down.
Our Education Correspondent Peter Bearne reports on the "haves" and the "have-nots".