A SECONDARY school claims that they are 'very proud' of their students after another year of successful exam results.

Haydon Bridge High School, has seen another rise in the attainment of GCSE pass rates according to Northumberland County Council.

Headteacher Michael Smith said: “The students in this cohort have had a lot to deal with over the last three years and have shown a clear determination to succeed. They should be very proud of what they have achieved, and we are certainly very proud of them.”

Councillor Guy Renner-Thompson, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Children, Young People and Education adds: “A huge congratulations to all those students who have received their results this week.

“I wish you all the best in progressing your future, whether you are choosing to continue through to sixth form, college, a vocational route, to employment or an apprenticeship. I encourage those that are still unsure to speak with the school or reach out to the council’s Careers Guidance Service.”  

A spokeswoman from Northumberland County Council said: "Congratulations is being given to students across Northumberland after receiving their GCSE results today.  Through hard work and determination, thousands of students across the county are receiving their GCSE results which will help shape their future educational journey.