School Pupils' GCSE Success
It's GCSE results day - and it looks like most of North Wales' school pupils have passed every exam!
In Gwynedd 99.5% of entrants got grades A* - G - that's higher than the national average of 98.7%. The percentage gaining grades A*- C improved from last year to 70.5% while the percentage of higher grades [A* and A] rose to 20.1%.
In Anglesey 99.2% got grades A* - G - higher again than the national average. The percentages achieving grades A* and A -18.2% and grades A*- C - 64.9% are slightly lower than the national figures but the Council there says the performance is "very pleasing".
In Conwy 98.8% got grades A* - G and 66.1% managed A*-C.
In Denbighshire 98% achieved grades A* - G and those with A* - C grades reached 61%, up 3% from last year - but below the national average. The Council there says it continues a "trend of improvement".
In Flintshire 99.4% passed their exams with A*-G grades with 69.8% achieving A*-C.
Overall in Wales 66.4% of pupils received A*-C grades compared to 68.1% across the UK.
Time to Celebrate
Heart's Steffan Messenger went along to Ysgol Tryfan in Bangor to see how some of the pupils there had got on.