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GALLERY: Wokingham’s students celebrate their GCSE Results

Big celebrations for GCSE results at The Abbey School
Big celebrations for GCSE results at The Abbey School

Wokingham’s students are jumping for joy after opening up another set of terrific GCSE results this morning.

Despite changes to the curriculum, and the way in which certain subjects are graded, many students exceeded expectations with their results.

Check out our gallery below of the happy students.

Waingels College pupil Erin Lee picked up 10 A*sConnie McCafferty, Harriette Smith and Elinor Wallace from The HoltPaddy Mackay delighted with his results at Leighton Park SchoolElated students at Waingels CollegeTwins Christina and Harriet Barnes. Photo by Liz Finlayson/Vervate
LVS AscotChris Peat, Henry O'Brien and Ronnie Jha celebrate their resultsKatie Shepherd (far left), Kate Plater (middle), Joanna Earl (far right) from The Abbey SchoolStudents from Edgbarrow School collect their resultsAmber Ford, Erin Foster and Sadiksha Giri scooped 33 A*s and As between them at Bulmershe SchoolQueen Anne's GCSE results image 1Photo by Liz Finlayson/Vervate
LVS Ascot - GCSE results day 2017 - Happy LVS GCSE studentsJoanna Earl from The AbbeyStudents at The Holt School in Wokingham collect their resultsThere were smiles all round at Waingels CollegeExcited students at The Bulmershe SchoolLeighton Park School students Jed Cutler Rohan Sohal and Jenna Manley jump for joyBig celebrations for GCSE results at The Abbey SchoolBianca Buencamino from Queen Anne's SchoolPhoto by Liz Finlayson/Vervate
LVS Ascot - GCSE results day 2017 - L to r Joe Spencer,  Dashan Solanki and William PrattStudents from Maiden Erlegh school celebrate after collecting their GCSE resultsOakbank pupils jump for joy for the Shinfield school's first-ever GCSE resultsRomilly Hayward from Queen Anne's SchoolMaddy Harding and Rebecca Simpson collect their results from Waingels CollegeJosh Butcher and Chunya Munga looking forward to Sixth Form at Leighton Park SchoolTom Reid and his mum Melanie Reid at LVS Ascot. Photo by Liz Finlayson/Vervate
LVS AscotThe Forest School's Yr11 Year Director Mark Jordan celebrates with pupils

LIVE: GCSE results day across Wokingham borough 2017
Another record year for Wokingham’s GCSE students

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