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sp91580  A level results at Henry Fanshaw school  l to r Richard Agar,Jessica Piette,Rebecca Parker,Tom McFarlane,Scott Harrison
sp91580 A level results at Henry Fanshaw school l to r Richard Agar,Jessica Piette,Rebecca Parker,Tom McFarlane,Scott Harrison
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After weeks of waiting, thousands of excited students across Derbyshire are tearing open their envelopes to find out their grades.

And you can see latest results, success stories, pictures and video by logging on to www.derbyshiretimes.co.uk throughout Thursday.

If you’d like to share an A-level picture or story with us, email comment@derbyshiretimes.co.uk or tweet @D_Times followed by #DTAlevels.

Councillor Jim Coyle, Derbyshire County Council’s deputy cabinet member for children and young people, said: “This is a big day as these results are the product of two years of hard work.”

Cllr Coyle stressed that students should not to be too downhearted if things don’t go according to plan.

He said: “If someone has not done as well as expected, it really is not the end of the world and students need not be upset and worried.

“Don’t jump into anything too quickly. Get advice – do your research and consider your options before acting.”

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