‘Whatever the outcome, you’ll get the advice you need’ – North Herts teenagers to get A-level results tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 17:55 17 August 2016 | UPDATED: 18:01 17 August 2016

Annabel Gee, Hannah Smith, Gus Rees, Ryan Judge and Eleanor Coxall from Meridian School celebrating their AS results last year.

Annabel Gee, Hannah Smith, Gus Rees, Ryan Judge and Eleanor Coxall from Meridian School celebrating their AS results last year.

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Teens getting their A-level results tomorrow have plenty of future options in their community – that’s the message from Herts County Council.

Councillor David Williams, cabinet member for education, said: “Whatever the outcome when those envelopes are opened, I’d like to reassure you and your parents that there are plenty of options available.

“Dedicated people will be on hand to give you all the advice you need.”

The county council’s Youth Connexions service has lots of advice and information for students on the next steps to further education, training or work at youthconnexions.org.

It is also possible to search for apprenticeships, education courses and jobs on that site.

Youth Connexions will be running a Q&A on exam results on Twitter, using the handle @hertsjobs16to19 and the hashtag #YCResults16, from 11am to 4pm tomorrow.

You can also email jobs16to19@hertfordshire.gov.uk for help finding work.

The Crow will be posting A-level results online tomorrow as they are announced – see royston-crow.co.uk.


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