For the first time in three years, A-level students are collecting their results having sat exams.

The past two cohorts have seen their results set on teacher assessments and coursework, with Covid preventing traditional exam settings.

Usual service resumed this year, with students sitting exams for the first time in their academic careers - having completed their GCSEs during the pandemic.

Nationally, grades received by students are down on the past two years - but remain higher than pre-Covid levels.

Students will be anxiously opening their envelopes and learning what their next steps in life will be - whether that is university, apprenticeships or entering the workplace for the first time.

- This live list of results from schools in Norfolk and Waveney will be updated as results come in to us, appearing alphabetically.

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Key: Dark grey = Supplied results, Light grey = Did not supply results


Attleborough Academy Norfolk

% of A* to C grades: none supplied (none supplied in 2021)

Principal Neil McShane said: "Congratulations to all our year 13 class of 2022 for achieving so highly.

"I am full of admiration for this cohort considering they are the year group who previously could not even take their mocks or GCSE examinations in exam halls due to the pandemic.

"For achieving the highest grades possible, particular congratulations go to James Blyth, for A*s in business, product design and double distinction in sport) but we are so proud of all of our class of 2022, who all deserve full praise for their considerable achievements and very strong set of results."

Bungay High School

% of A* to C grades: (none supplied in 2021)

Headteacher Chanel Oswick said: ""Congratulations to all our students who have worked so hard during the past two years throughout challenging circumstances; they have shown that determination and diligence pays off.

"The overall pass rate for both A Level and Vocational courses, delivered at our impressive and inclusive sixth form, shows that this is one of our strongest years.

"We are delighted that our students will be successfully moving on to their chosen courses, further training and/or employment opportunities."

City of Norwich School

None supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Headteacher Jo Philpott said: "We are absolutely thrilled with the excellent results our students have achieved, with over 200 A*/A grades.

"These excellent results will enable our students to progress to exciting and ambitious destinations including four Oxbridge places and competitive apprenticeships; we all wish them them success for the future.

"My thanks go to our amazing staff who have provided superb teaching and guidance and for parents for supporting us and their children throughout their CNS sixth form experience."

City College Norwich

% of A* to C grades: 74.8pc (none supplied in 2021)

Donna Howe, head of A Levels at CCN, said: "These are a very strong set of results with over 20pc of grades being A* or A - our highest ever set of results.

"This is especially impressive given most of the students in this year did not sit their GCSEs due to pandemic, so their A Levels were actually their first ever exams of this kind."

College of West Anglia

% of A* to C grades: 65pc (77pc in 2021)

Principal David Pomfret said: "I am pleased with the strong results we have achieved this year.

"To achieve a pass rate of 98pc is a testament to the hard-work, dedication and commitment of both our students and teaching staff.

"We couldn't be prouder of all that our students have achieved during their Covid disrupted time with us and we wish them every success in their future endeavours, whether that be further study or employment."

Dereham Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades: 81pc (none supplied in 2021)

College director Jonathan Atkin, said: "Our students have achieved an excellent set of exam results, reflecting their hard work and tenacity over the last two turbulent years.

"They have been guided and supported by our outstanding set of dedicated teachers.

"We wish all our students well with their future choices."

Downham Market Academy

% of A* to C grades: (none supplied in 2021)

East Norfolk Sixth Form College, Great Yarmouth

None supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Principal Catherine Richards said: "I delighted with this year's results as our students have been awarded some fantastic grades.

"These results are recognition for their hard work and dedication to succeed and the dedication of our highly-skilled staff to support our students and their aspirations."

The college saw increases across the board compared with the pre-pandemic results of 2019.

Fakenham Academy

No results supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Headteacher Gavin Green said: "After a number of years of uncertainty with Covid we would like to congratulate all our year 13 pupils on their A Level and BTEC results.

"The results are pleasing, recognising the hard work of staff and students."

Hellesdon High School

None supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Richard Taylor, director of sixth form, said: "It is great to see students collect their results in person this year - lots of happy faces after a challenging two years.

"As a year group who hadn't sat public exams at GCSE, they have done fantastically well."

Mike Earl, principal, said: "Well done to our year 13 students on their amazing achievements on what has been a touch two years. We wish them all the very best."

Daniel Thrower, Wensum Trust chief executive, added: "Congratulations to all the students who have once again achieved great results.

"We are proud to have been able to offer a unique sixth form experience which offers a more nurturing approach and a hub where students can turn to for support and reassurance."

INTO University of East Anglia

% of A* to C: 98.9pc (95.7pc in 2021)

Sam Payne, A Levels programme manager, said: "I would like to say a huge congratulations to all of the A-level students for their outstanding results.

"Their determination to succeed despite the challenges of the past two years has enabled them to achieve their goals.

"We are immensely proud of each and every one of them."

Jane Austen College, Norwich

% A* to C grades: 95pc (84pc in 2021)

Principal Summer Turner said: "Our students have gone above and beyond over the last two years to achieve an extraordinary set of results,

"This is the culmination of a huge amount of work in some of the most challenging circumstances and I want to congratulate all students and staff on their unwavering commitment."

The had 41pc of results graded as either A* or A.

King Edward VII Academy, King's Lynn

% of * to C grades: 69.89pc (83pc in 2021)

Sarah Hartshorn, principal, said: "Our academy continues on our positive journey and this trajectory is reflected in our exam results this year.

"I am very proud of all our students who have experienced an extremely difficult period of education over the last three years.

"Over the past three years, 100pc of our students have achieved a place either at university, an apprenticeship, or full-time employment, an achievement we are confident will be repeated this year.

"It has been a privilege to work with these students and wish them well for the future."

Langley School

% of A* to C grades: 78.8pc (94pc in 2021)

Headteacher Jon Perriss said: "I am delighted with the fantastic results produced by our A level students at Langley and proud of the effort and commitment that they have shown.

"They have had a tumultuous two years and shown immense resilience and courage in the face of adversity.

"With so many heading to the destinations of their choosing, they are now ready to face any challenge and opportunity that comes their way.

"I also want to thank the staff who have brilliantly supported them on this journey”.

Lowestoft Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades: 65pc (91.7pc in 2021)

Principal Kerry Payne said: "We are very proud of our students' achievements and the hard work and dedication they have demonstrated throughout their studies.

"Our students have demonstrated resilience and determination, overcoming challenging times and securing their academic and vocational achievements alongside the development of skills and character needed for their next steps.

"They should be very proud of themselves."

The sixth form had an overall pass rate of 97pc.

Norwich High School for Girls

% of A* to C grades: 99pc (none supplied in 2021)

Alison Sefton, headteacher, said: "Well done to all our students on their A Level results. There are some outstanding results and we are delighted for all our students that they have secured the grades they need to move on to their chosen field of study and next steps.

"I am so impressed with the numerous and various courses they have chosen at university.

"From medicine, languages and classics to illustration, teaching and engineering, almost everyone has achieved their first choice and I wish them well.

"I must also say a huge thank you to all the staff who have worked with our students over the last two years, surrounded by such uncertainty in terms of public examinations."

Norwich School

% of A* to C grades: 95.27pc (none supplied in 2021)

Headteacher Steffan Griffiths added: "We are thrilled that today's results show how effectively our leavers have responded to the unique challenges they have faced.

"They have shown a vibrancy of approach in everything they have done and I am delighted that they have now complemented their strong contribution to the all-round life of the school which excellent academic results, which are testament to a concerted spell of hard work by pupils, supported by caring families at home and the committed expertise of teachers in school.

"It is terrific to see such collaboration appropriately rewarded and I offer congratulations to all involved.

Notre Dame High School

% of A* to C grades: 84pc (none supplied in 2021)

Headteacher Tom Pinnington said: "Staff, parents and carers are incredibly proud of the manner in which year 13 have approached their A Level studies and exams.

"Their determination, maturity and conduct has been exceptional.

"Their success in the face of so many unknowns is celebrated.

"They have been a joy to work with and we wish them well as the majority move on to their first choice of institution, apprenticeship or career.

"As knowledgeable, morally informed young people, they will make a fantastic contribution to the communities they go on to join."

Open Academy Norwich

% of A* to C grades: 64pc (none supplied in 2021)

Principal Jon Ford said: "The Open Academy community has once again worked incredibly hard to ensure that our students were able to do their best in these, their first ever external examinations, having missed out on the GCSE exam experience due to the pandemic.

"These results are up there with the highest we have achieved previously and I am particularly pleased that so many of the students are off to their first choice of next step - be it in education, training or work."

The academy also had a 100pc pass rate for BTECs.

Ormiston Victory Academy, Costessey

No results supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Naomi Palmer, principal, said: "I want to say a huge congratulations to all our students on their fantastic results.

"They have worked incredibly hard and have shown great determination and dedication to their learning.

"We wish them all the very best in their next steps."

Paston College

% of A* to C grades: 73.3pc (none provided in 2021)

Craig Osborne, head of A Levels, said: "We are incredibly proud of the achievements of our students who have come from all across North Norfolk to study at Paston. Almost 50pc of the grades achieved were A*, A or B and for our students to have overcome the impact of Covid on their learning and to achieve such outstanding results is a testament to their hard work and dedication.

"We wish them every success with their next steps.”

Reepham College

% of A* to C grades: 90pc (none supplied in 2021)

Helen McGuinness; college director, said: “As we mark our thirteenth year as an Ofsted rated outstanding college, we once again celebrate the tremendous results of our students particularly with regard to the exceptional circumstances of the past three years.

38pc of students’ grades were at an A*or A grade, 80pc were accepted by their first-choice university and numerous have secured apprenticeships with prestigious employers.

Saint Felix School, Southwold

% of A* to C grades: 87.5pc (93pc in 2021)

James Harrison, headmaster, said: "The past few years have been a time of severe disruption to academic study for so many children, which is why I am particularly proud of our pupils' achievements this year.

"We know that our new Old Felicians will go on to achieve great things, whichever path they choose to take.

"A number of this year's cohort have been at Saint Felix since they were toddlers - they will be missed by many but we anticipate that many will return to visit friends and siblings still at the school and we will welcome them to key events in the school calendar."

Sheringham High School

% of A* to C grades: 82.6pc (none supplied in 2021)

Director of sixth form Ramin Keshavarz, said, “We are immensely proud of the superb achievements of all our students, and we congratulate them on their success.

"Our students have proved to be extremely resilient particularly throughout the last two and a half years.

"These young people will continue to make significant contributions to our community and beyond. Our thanks also go to all our staff for their hard work and care, and to all parents for their continued support.”

Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form College, Norwich

% of A* to C grades: 87pc (84pc in 2021)

Principal Chris Jennings said: "I am delighted for all of our students.

"Both staff and students have worked incredibly hard to ensure no opportunities have been missed and today's results are a testament of that hard work and dedication - I am extremely proud."

Half of the college's grades were A* or A and nine will be going on to study at Oxbridge universities.

Sir John Leman High School, Beccles

No results provided for this year or 2021

Michael Taylor, headteacher, said: "As a group of students we would like to congratulate and praise our students today.

"As a cohort they contributed so much to our communities during their time in our school; they exemplify all that is good about our schools.

"Recent years have been very different for all schools and for all students; these differences will undoubtedly be reflected in the range of results achieved across the country.

"In light of that, we are not providing external statistics for our schools this summer.

"This year, it is simply enough to say thank you to our staff, our parents and to everyone for their unstinting support."

Springwood High School, King's Lynn

% of A* to C grades: 83pc (84pc in 2021)

Andrew Johnson: "I'm over the moon with the results at Springwood this year, they are a testament to the hard work of students and staff.

"Science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects, in particular, are a real strength at Springwood and this year was no exception; 43pc of students taking mathematics and sciences achieved A-A*, which is a tribute to both their hard work and that of our committed, specialist staff."

Sprowston Community Academy

No results supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Liz Wood, headteacher, said: "After a significant period of uncertainty and disruption, we are so proud of how our year 13 students have handled the first set of national examinations since 2019.

"These results are a major achievement and reflect the incredible hard work of our students as well as their resilience, positivity, and good humour.

"We are grateful for the unending support from parents and carers and the determination and commitment of our teaching and support staff."

Taverham High School

% of A* to C grades: (none supplied in 2021)

Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech

No results supplied in 2022 or 2021.

Principal Richard Scott said: "I am delighted with just how well this cohort of young people has done in their A Levels.

"In the face of huge challenges in the last years, they have shown phenomenal grit and determination.

"This has paid off with many fabulous opportunities that await them as they go on to study a wide range of degrees and apprenticeships."

Thomas Paine Sixth Form at Thetford Academy

% of A* to C grades: 80pc (86pc in 2021)

Dan Carter, principal, said he was "very proud" of the results.

He said: "I'm pleased to say that these results have enabled the vast majority of our students to achieve placed at their chosen university.

"I really admire their hard work, persistence and resilience, especially considering the challenging circumstances.

"Year 13 has achieved the sixth form's best ever exam results, with a 30pc improvement in the number of grades at C or above from the last set of exams in 2019."

Thetford Grammar School

% of grades A* to C: 88pc (99pc in 2021)

Headteacher Michael Brewer said: "These incredible young people were the GCSE class of 2020 and are the first post-pandemic cohort to receive the results of in-person exams; their road to success has been far from straightforward.

"Nonetheless, the class of 2022 has achieved excellent results consistent with the pre-Covid standards at TGC and these outstanding results are very well deserved."

Thorpe St Andrew Sixth Form

No results provided for 2022 or 2021.

Principal Penny Bignell said: "The Thorpe St Andrew School and Sixth Form community are incredibly proud of our students.

"They have endured much over the last two years and have faced all challenges with resilience, perseverance and determination.

"I wish to congratulate the students for such a great set of results and wish them the very best for their future and for the vast majority who have successfully gained their first choice of university or apprenticeship.

"I would like to thank the staff and families for supporting the young people to their very best to achieve success."

University Technical College Norfolk (UTCN)

% of A* to C grades: 64pc (none supplied in 2021)

Headteacher-designate Emma Palik said: "We are delighted with the number of students who have achieved great destinations following their A Level or equivalent results.

"Students have been successful in achieving university places and 25pc of our students this year have gained employer sponsorship for higher and degree level apprenticieships.

"These offers are with prestigious employers including EDF, GlaxoSmithKline, Warrenservices and Aviva."

Wymondham College

% of A* to C grades: none supplied (none supplied in 2021)

Zoe Fisher, principal, said: "Congratulations to our year 13 students for achieving an excellent set of A-level results - 33pc of grades were awarded A* or A and 47 students secured three or more A*/A grades.

"It has been a challenging time and our amazing students continue to flourish in and beyond the classroom.

"We wish our departing cohort future happiness and fulfilment and we are delighted that so many will now move onto their first-choice destination."

Wymondham High Academy

% of A* to C grades: 84pc (none supplied in 2021)

Jonathan Rockey, principal said: "On behalf of everyone in the Wymondham High community we would like to say how proud we are of the way students have committed to their learning over the last two years.

"It would be an understatement to say their achievements have been incredible.

"With 36pc of grades at A*-A, 64pc becoming Norfolk Scholars and strong university placement it has been a huge day for our young people.

"None of what has been achieved would have been possible without the hard work of our students and staff, along with the support of families."