Well done to all this year’s A level students, who have achieved some fantastic results.
The overall A level pass rate in Wrexham schools is 96.7%, with almost three quarters (72%) of the grades awarded at A* – C level.
The pass rate for Wrexham schools’ sixth form leavers achieving the Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma qualification is at 87.1% – is 7.5% above last year’s performance.
This year, 93% of Wrexham schools’ sixth formers followed the qualification, which requires students to be successful in a range of traditional academic, vocational and skills qualifications.
Cllr Phil Wynn, Lead Member for Education, said: “Our young people are to be warmly congratulated for their commitment, hard work and success. They, along with their families and schools, can be very proud of their achievements. I am particularly pleased to see the increasing numbers of our students achieving such success with the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification.”
Ian Roberts, Wrexham’s Head of Education said: ‘I congratulate Wrexham sixth form students as they celebrate their A level and Welsh Baccalaureate results. These results today are the culmination of many years’ commitment and hard work by our young people, supported by their families and schools. I wish all our students well as they move on to higher education, training or employment.“
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