Suffolk New College is congratulating hundreds of its students today who have achieved positive outcomes in their GCSE results this year.
337 learners were able to gain a grade between 9 and 4 during English and maths resits at College campuses based in Ipswich, Otley, Halesworth and Leiston.
Several of these learners were able to get the top grade possible in their exams.
The majority of those involved in these resits were aged between 16 and 18.
A number of successes also included adult learners.
With the GCSE results confirmed, a total of 1682 students were able to achieve an English and maths qualification at the College this year.
Deputy Principal of the College, Alan Pease, said: “This is the first year of exams for two years and I would like to congratulate all of the students on their fantastic achievements – we are incredibly proud of their many successes.”
Director of English, maths and ESOL, Chris Gilbert, said: “We are delighted to have supported hundreds of students by helping them gain high grades in English and maths GCSEs.
“I would like to thank the staff for all of their hard work throughout the year in supporting our learners – they’ve shown incredible resilience and determination that has helped inspire our students to positive outcomes.”