STUDENTS from St Katherine's School in Pill have celebrated "another great set of outcomes" during A level results day.

Pupils received their results last Thursday (August 17).

A spokesperson from the school said: "Another great set of outcomes for our students at St Katherine’s across both our academic and vocational pathways.

"Great progress has been made by the students with so many individual success stories.

"Students deserve this personal success, reflecting their dedication and we celebrate this success together, with teachers who are rightly proud of the achievements within their classes.

"The results that students have received today reflect their commitment and dedication to their studies, resulting in many students securing their first choice future pathway.

"Students are successfully progressing onto Russell Group universities, apprenticeships and great employment opportunities and we wish each and every one of our students much success on the next stage of their journey.

"Let us all remind ourselves our students are much more than a grade. They are all exceptional, inspiring, and talented young people and we couldn’t be prouder of each one of our students.

"A sincere thank you to the teaching staff and colleagues at St Katherine’s for their professionalism and compassion in tirelessly working in the best interests of our students."

If you didn't quite get the grades you wanted, don't worry.

Dr Nick Smith, course director and founder of The Oxford Open Learning Trust, shared some words of wisdom on what to do next.

Speaking on the day, he said: “We know it can be a stressful time, so the first thing to do is look at the UCAS clearing systems, as this will show you which institutions have places available.

"Many institutions will still be accepting students, so have a look on the UCAS website or give them a quick call to check if your course is on offer elsewhere.

“If you feel like the grades you’ve received are lower than expected, you are allowed to appeal them by contacting your school, who will pass this onto the examining board.

"Once evidence has been examined, the board will decide whether changes to your results are needed.

“Alternatively, you may feel that now is the right time to look at different paths for your future, such as work experience placements, apprenticeships or even taking a gap year."