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Schools across the borough opened last week so pupils could receive their A-level results, and take their next steps towards their futures.
Councillor Shabnum Sadiq, cabinet member for children and schools, said: “It’s a big day for all of our A-level students as they collect their results after two years of hard work. We are so proud of our young people and I would like to congratulate them as they receive their results"
“Whatever our young people go on to do as their next step, be it further education, starting out at work, or apprenticeships, we as a council wish them every success for their futures."
“We have a fantastic community of school staff and support services that we are tremendously grateful for, their hard work and dedication supporting, teaching and guiding our students really shines through in the confidence and achievements of our young people."
“Slough’s young people have some great achievements to celebrate today, and as a top priority for the council we will continue to invest heavily in education in order to make sure our young people have the best environments and facilities to learn and thrive in.”