THOUSANDS of pupils across Wales will be picking up those all important A-level results today.

We will be live throughout the day bringing you the latest news as students across Anglesey, Bangor and Caernarfon receive their grades.

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Good luck to everyone who will be receiving their results today. Keep checking back for the latest results!


Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones headmaster Aaron Bailey has praised the "great team effort" shown by pupils who received their results at the school in Amlwch this morning.

He said: “I would personally like to thank all of our students for being so hard working and for being good friends to their school. It’s been a great team effort over the years and it’s fantastic to see everyone enjoying the benefits of all those hours of work. 

"I wish all of you the very best for the future and the staff look forward to seeing you soon and to hearing about your amazing journeys over the next few years. We are all very proud of you.”

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PICTURE: Menna Griffith, Kirsten Blackstone, Molly De-Ath and Amber Wells looking forward to University next year after a successful 2 years at Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones

There have been great results over at Ysgol David Hughes in Menai Bridge.

Guto Tegid gained three A*'s and two A's, Siwan Mai Edwards earned herself two A*'s and two A's.

Sasha Cowley recived two A*'s and three A's, whilst Rhiannon Evans two A*'s, two A's), Joseff Round (two A*'s, one and two B's) also enjoyed success.

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PICTURE: Pupils at Ysgol David Hughes were celebrating this morning.

Headmaster Huw Emyr Williams said: "We are delighted to post excellent A Level results once again at Ysgol David Hughes. Many congratulations to all our students and a big thank you to our fantastic team of hardworking and committed staff.

"We’re thrilled to see so many of our students gain the grades and the university places they deserve. The strong partnerships between staff and students and hours of hard work have paid off, resulting in outstanding levels of achievement and success for our students.

"Whilst these students achieved top grades and will go off to take up their places at some of the top Universities in the country, as a comprehensive school, we also pride ourselves on offering opportunity as widely as possible.

"As a result a number of our students have gained commendable grades, thereby also giving them access to University places. We are equally proud of all our students who have worked extremely hard to obtain these amazing results."

Ysgol Caergybi headmaster Adam Williams says he is "extremely proud" with the school's A-level "fantastic set of results".

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PICTURE: Ysgol Caergybi pupils this morning.

Jack Gibson achieved four A* and is going on to study physics in Durham. Beth Jones received three A* and is heading off to Newcastle to study medicine. Niamh Hetherington achieved three A's and she will also be going on to study medicine.

"We wish them and all our year 13 students all the best in the future and thank them for contributing to our best results at A’ level." Mr Williams added.

At Ysgol Bodedern, each student has been accepted onto their preferred choice of next step in their educational careers.

Assistant headteacher Sion Wyn Lloyd said: "The School would like to congratulate our sixth form students who have received their A-Level results today.

"One student who performed exceptionally was Aidan who achieved 3 A-Levels at grade A and the Baccalaureate. He will now go on to study Mathematics at Nottingham University.

"These results are a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our students and also the support and guidance of our teachers. We wish them all well for the future."

Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni assistant headteacher Huw Davies praised the hard work of their students saying: "Here at Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni, we are, yet again, celebrating the results of our Sixth Form.  The hard work of both the students and staff has shone through and we are very proud to share in the successes of every one of our students. 

"We would like to thank all the staff at the school for their hard work in supporting the students in their achievements. We would like to wish the students all the very best in their next steps; whether in further education or the world of work."



"Best ever" results were achieved at Ysgol Friars in Bangor this morning, according to headmaster Neil Foden.

He said: "We’re really pleased with our results. Against some indicators, they are our best ever and I’ve seen so many students this morning overjoyed by their results and at having secured their chosen courses at some of the UK’s top universities."

Yosef Mabrook from Bangor received four A's and will be going on to study medicine at Manchester University. Callum Bennett from Llanberis received three A's and one B and is now heading off to study law at York University.

Emma Williams from Bangor achieved one A*, two A's and one B and is set to study aerospace engineering at Manchester University. Leela Whitley from Bethesda received one A*, one A and one B and will be going on to study georgaphy at Liverpool University.

Over at St Gerards, also in Bangor, over 30% of their pupils achieved A*/A grades.

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PICTURE: All smiles at St Gerards this morning.

Chris Jones received one A* and two A's  and will go on to study Computer Science at Bath University. Sara Bixby Davies achieved one A* and one A as did Abbie Walker who is going to Lancaster to study Law.

Alex Smith, who received an A in Drama, has been accepted to study musical theatre at The Guildford School of Acting.

Headteacher Ann McFarlane said: "St Gerard’s School Trust are proud to announce that over 30% of their A level students achieved grades A* /A.

"Well done to all our Year 13s; your hard work has been well rewarded and we are very proud of you."

There were plenty of smiles at Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen in Caernarfon this monring too as all pupils wishing to enter higher education have been accepted onto courses, with all but one being admitted onto their first choice course.

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PICTURE: Ffion Evans of Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen received two A* and two A's.

Headteacher Rhian Parry Jones said: "It's great to celebrate excellent A level results at Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen with 95.2% achieving an E grade or above in two or more subjects (Level 3 Threshold), 57.1% achieving the equivalent of three or more A * - C grades , with more pupils than ever gaining the equivalent of 3 A * - A.

We would like to congratulate all our pupils, especially the following; Ffion Evans (two A *, two A), Elan Jones (Four A, one B), Ela Gwenllian Huws (Four A), Luke Flanagan (One Dist *, two A, one B), Heledd Davies (Two A, two B), Owain Twrog Hughes (Two A, two B), Beca Chidley (Two A, one B), Tomos Owen (Two A, one B) and Seren Williams-Davies (Two A, one D). Best wishes to all of them in the future."

Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen in Bethesda was a "very happy" place to be this morning according to headteacher Dylan Davies, with every single student accepted on their first choice course.

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PICTURE: L-R Esme Crowe, Hannah Morgan. Cadi Roberts and Gethin Hughes.

Head Girl Esme Crowe is all set for Cardiff University, where she will study business management following her four grade A results. Hannah Morgan was another star pupil on the day, receiving three A's and a B and she is now off to York to study Law. 

Cadi Roberts had two A's and a B and she will study Welsh at Bangor and Gethin Hughes who will study physics, astro physics and sosmology at Lancaster University, received an A* and three A's.

Mr Davies added: "As well as the high flying A level candidates, there were numerous young people who enjoyed success in a combination of A level and vocational qualifications who are able to move confidently on to the next stages of their careers plans.

"I would like to congratulate all the students and their parents for their successes and thank their teachers for their unstinting hard work in supporting them."