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Cornish Pupils Struggling With Exams

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10:52am 23rd September 2014

Cornish pupils on free school dinners are amongst the least likely in the country to get good GCSEs.

Only a third managed to get five decent grades last year.

That is according to new research.

They are half as likely as their classmates to do well.

That is one of the lowest performances in the country.

10:52am 23rd September 2014

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