THE percentage of students passing their A levels across Worcestershire has increased.
Initial data reported by Worcestershire County Council shows an increase of almost two per cent of students achieving two or more A* to E grades.
The authority said 94.1 per cent of students attained those grades, an improvement on 2013’s figure of 92.4 per cent.
The percentage of students achieving three or more A* to E grades has also risen to 83.9 per cent from 78.6 per cent last year.
County councillor Liz Eyre, cabinet member for children and families, said: “Year on year Worcestershire schools are improving and A level students have yet again shown they can make the grade with a superb performances.
“This year’s results are a well-deserved reflection of the determination and hard work of the students, the skills of their teachers and the tremendous support of their families.
For anyone who has not got the results they were hoping for school teachers, careers advisers and Worcestershire’s Post 16 engagement team are available to offer support and advice.
To contact the engagement team call 01562 822642.