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George Stephenson High School has mirrored the pattern across the North East, and seen a rise in A*-C grades.
As teenagers across the North East are collecting their GCSE results, exam boards and teachers are warning pupils and parents to expect 'volatile results'.
Ian Wilkinson, Head Teacher at George Stevenson High School, has spoken of the difficulties students face under the new exam process, which was brought in last September.
Teenagers across the region will be collecting their GCSE results today. But exam boards are warning pupils and parents to expect "volatile results".
Sweeping changes brought in last September have toughened up the exam process, and could lead to a drop in pass rates for those achieving the top A star to C grades.