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Help still there for A-level students

Support doesn't stop following school departure

Sixth form schools will continue to offer help and assistance to recently departed A-Level students as they move to the next milestone in their lives.

That's the reassuring message from Head of Sixth Form at Castle Rushen High School, John Danielson, after results were released this week.

The Department of Education and Children says the level of A*-B passes was at its highest - with around 7.8 per cent achieving the top grade.

Around 98 per cent achieved an overall pass.

Mr Danielson says support doesn't stop now they've left school:

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