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Pictures: Newham students celebrate A-level results

17:38 14 August 2014

Chobham Academy students jumping for joy

Chobham Academy students jumping for joy

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Students across Newham have been celebrating their exam results today - and we’ve been around the borough capturing the happy moments.

Check out our photo gallery featuring some of Newham’s high achieving teenagers, including some set for prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.

Others will be taking a gap year or heading straight into a job, but they have all worked hard over the past two years to achieve their A-level grades.

Read more:

A-levels: NewVIc students celebrate exam success

A-levels: Oxbridge beckons for four London Academy of Excellence students

A-levels: First Brampton Manor Academy sixth form students receive results

A-levels: Cambridge calling for St Angela’s schoolgirl

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