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Cornwall's Exam Results Rise

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 10:05am 23rd January 2014


Cornish children are doing better at school.

Just under sixty percent got at least five A star to C grades in their GCSE's last year - or the equivalent.

That is the best set of results in at least four years.

Nationally results are up too.

Check out how your local school has done here

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