A-level module joy

16th April 2010 at 01:00
London's Tower Hamlets College has paid tribute to staff and students after recording a 5 per cent rise on January A-level module results

Principal Michael Farley said: "These results are testament to the hard work by students and teachers. I am thrilled."

A question of hustings South Cheshire College hosted its own Question Time, where more than 250 staff and students quizzed their local parliamentary candidates. Conservative candidate Edward Timpson, Labour's David Williams and Liberal Democrat Roy Wood faced questions on a range of national and local issues, including student tuition fees, binge drinking and a re-vamp of Crewe railway station. Students will also be holding their own mock election later this month.

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