Board's a nifty sixty

21st March 2008 at 00:00
Welsh exam board the WJEC is to hold its first A-level awards ceremony to celebrate its 60th birthday. The event will reward students from Wales and England for outstanding achievement in exams.The ceremony will be held on December 15 and the WJEC is inviting schools and colleges to submit nominations for two special awards: Welsh Baccalaureate Student of the Year and Personal Achievement Award.

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