Last updated 23 August 2019
The results are in!
High school students across Stockport are celebrating after receiving their GCSE results yesterday (22 August 2019).
Provisional results from across the borough indicate that 66.9% of students achieved a grade 4 or above, and 46.4% achieved a grade 5 or above in English and mathematics combined. A national average is not yet available.
Councillor Colin Foster, Stockport Council’s Cabinet Member for Children Family Services and Education said: “I’d like to send my congratulations to everyone who has received their GCSE results. These reflect the years of hard work and dedication each of you and school staff have put in, and you should be extremely proud of your achievements. I wish you all the very best of luck as you move into the next stage of your learning or into your chosen career.”
For anyone wondering about what their next step will be, the Education and Careers Advice Service will be open on Friday 23rd August 9.30-4.30pm and Tuesday 27th August 12.30-4.30pm at Central House, 48 - 52 Wellington Road South (next to Subway on the A6), call 0161 474 2300, where young people can come and speak to qualified careers advisers. No appointment is necessary.
For those interested in finding out more about apprenticeships and the opportunities available, you can visit our Apprenticeships Store at Stockport Exchange SK1 3TA (Mon-Fri, 10:00-16:30), call on 0161 474 4745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a special extended evening on Thursday 29th August until 7pm providing parents an opportunity to call in to discuss apprenticeship options.