Students at ‘AS’ Level, were equally successful with 93.1% attaining grades A-E, significantly exceeding the Welsh average of 86.8%, and 21.2% of students achieved the top grade of ‘A’. This too compares favourably to the Welsh average of 16.4%.
County Councillor Liz Hacket Pain, cabinet member with responsibility for education, said:
“These figures reflect another successful year for Monmouthshire students, I am delighted with the results and I wish them well for the future”.
“Students, parents and teachers can be truly proud of the excellent results achieved at both ‘A’ and ‘AS’ levels”.
Students looking for advice, no matter what their results, are encouraged to visit the Careers Wales website on www.careereswales.com.