THE publication of the 2019 A-level results has brought excellent news for Warrington students.
Initial results from Warrington schools and colleges show that A-level results are better than ever, with an increase in the number of students achieving A*-C and A*-C grades.
The figures show 97.7% of Warrington students have achieved A*-E grades this year, above the national pass rate of 97.6%.
Warrington Borough Council’s cabinet member for children’s services, Cllr Matt Smith, said: “These fantastic A-level results are great news for Warrington. They are testament to the hard work of students, supported by dedicated schools staff.
“It’s pleasing that Warrington’s overall results show an improvement against the national average again this year. While, nationally, we have seen a drop in the proportion of students achieving the top grades, in Warrington we have seen an improvement this year.
“I’d like to congratulate young people from across the borough on their outstanding academic achievements. We wish all of our students the very best of luck in achieving their future career aspirations.”
Young people who are looking for guidance in relation to their next steps, can contact the Warrington Life Service on 01925 442211, or visit warrington-life.co.uk