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Students celebrate GCSE results success

PUBLISHED: 13:16 27 August 2009 | UPDATED: 14:46 05 October 2010

THE NAIL biting wait was over for students who celebrated exam success as they opened their GCSE results across Tower Hamlets today. The Oaklands School gym was full of the sounds of excited screams as students ripped open their all-important results.

THE NAIL biting wait was over for students who celebrated exam success as they opened their GCSE results across Tower Hamlets today.

The Oaklands School gym was full of the sounds of excited screams as students ripped open their all-important results.

Pupils at Morpeth School were also relieved with results which will see them heading off to sixth form to study for their A levels.

Many of them will be queuing up to enrol as the first students at the new Cambridge Heath Sixth Form which will offer students in the north of Tower Hamlets a chance to take A levels in Bethnal Green rather than facing a commute to a college elsewhere.


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