GCSE results 2017: London students outperform the rest of the country under new grading system

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GCSE results 2017: London students outperform the rest of the country under new grading system

Students across the capital have been finding out how they fared in their GCSEs. London pupils did better than the rest of the country, with almost 70 per cent scoring a C grade and above - compared to 66.3 per cent nationally.

We went to the Hurlingham Academy in Fulham to see how some of their students got on.

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