Pupils at Crawshaw School
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GCSE pupils learn their fate

About 750,000 pupils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are finding out their GCSE results, with another year of record scores likely.

The proportion of entries awarded the top grades has risen every year since the exams were first taken in 1988.

The BBC's Chris Buckler met pupils at Crawshaw School, near Leeds, as they got their results.

  • 25 Aug 2011
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