GCSE results 2010

  • The Argus: Leora Taratula-Lyons, 16, of Brighton College, celebrates her 10 GCSE A*s, which she achieved whilst caring for her ill mother, 45-year-old Fiona Taratula, at their home in Hove.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Burgess Hill School for Girls.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Burgess Hill School for Girls.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Burgess Hill School for Girls.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Burgess Hill School for Girls.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Cardinal Newman.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Cardinal Newman.
  • The Argus:  Benn Judd at Cardinal Newman.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Brighton College.
  • The Argus: Students get their results at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: Students get their results at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Burgess Hill School for Girls.
  • The Argus: Students get their results at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: Students get their results at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: Jade Cohen at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: Tyla Davis with his GCSE results at Hove Park.
  • The Argus: Jordan and Kieran South with their A* French GCSE results.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Longhill High.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Brighton College.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Longhill High.
  • The Argus: Heidi Vallier and Helena Haycock, both 16, celebrate their results at Brighton College.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Longhill High.
  • The Argus: 16-year-old Harriet vans Agew, left, celebrates GCSE results with classmates at Brighton College.
  • The Argus: GCSE celebrations at Longhill High.

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There were celebrations across Sussex on Tuesday, August 24 as students collect their GCSE results. Many schools have announced record-breaking results, with pass rates increasing dramatically from last year. Portslade Community College (PCC) was among those which saw a welcomed rise in results. The school, which was put into special measures in June, saw results increase to 35% of students gaining five or more A* to C grades, including English and maths from 26% in 2009.

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