It’s a great summer for Herefordshire's A-level students!

The county’s A-level students are celebrating today after achieving some fantastic exam results.

The provisional A-level results for Herefordshire’s maintained schools and academies with sixth forms have demonstrated the talent of the county’s young people.  The overall A* - E pass rate was 99.5% which was higher than the 97.5% national average. The percentage of students in Herefordshire achieving the top grades of A* and A was 23.6%. Results also indicate a significant increase in the average point score per A-level entry by Herefordshire students in 2019.
 

It’s a great summer for Herefordshire's A-level students!

 


Councillor Felicity Norman, Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Families, said: “I am absolutely delighted with this year’s excellent A-level exam results, a testimony to the hard work of our students and the high quality of teaching in our schools.

“Congratulations to all involved, the students, their teachers, parents and carers. Our young people deserve their success and I wish them well in the next stage of their lives, whether it is an apprenticeship, employment or university.”


Are your exam results above or below what you expected?

There’s plenty of great advice available on where to go next, following today’s A-level results:

UCAS clearing

National Careers Service 

Apprenticeships 

If you’re looking to improve your English, maths or IT skills, you can search the gov.uk website for details of the different local training and apprenticeship providers.

There's also some great information available from the fact files on the BBC Radio 1 Advice pages.

Published: Thursday, 15th August 2019