At Danum school in Doncaster we learn there are some commendable achievements in mathematics A-level, so commendable that "pupils were ecstatic about their results and expressed their gratitude to the teachers at Danum for their hard work".
The arrival of e-mail threatens to make matters worse. One nameless 17-year-old clearly didn't trust his teachers to be sufficiently persistent and contacted us direct from his bedroom with tidings of his six A-level grade As and work placement at the National Grid laboratories. "I felt you may be interested," he writes. The Diary says "well done".