Pembrokeshire County Council congratulates all learners who have received GCSE and level 1 and 2 vocational results today.
Learners’ achievements this year are to be celebrated as this is only the second year of public examinations following the global pandemic.
Cllr Guy Woodham, Cabinet Member for Education and Welsh Language, said: “Today we recognise the achievements of all our learners who have received results.
Although the global pandemic is now behind us the impacts of it have been felt acutely by these young people receiving results today.
“Our learners have been resilient and risen to the challenges that they have faced. I would like to congratulate all learners on their achievements.
“As a Local Authority, we have been committed to supporting learners in achieving the best possible outcomes. Learners who have received their results today will have acquired a range of skills that enable them to be lifelong learners and hopefully achieve more than they thought possible. I wish all learners every success for the future.”
Director for Education Steven Richards-Downes, said: “Every learner who has received their results today should be proud of their achievements as they have met the challenges of external examinations.
“All learners will have a range of options available to them to help them continue with education, training or employment. “