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7:56am Thursday 23rd August 2012 in News
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Huge congratulations to @OxfordSpiresAc on 75% 5+ A*-C and 57% 5+A*-C inc. English & Maths. Am very proud Chair of Govs @TheOxfordMail— @tonybrett 23 August 2012
1:20pm Thu 23 Aug 12
Well done to all the kids at The Cooper School in Bicester, especially David Brown, Brandon, Mark and Leanne Walsh and Charlotte Cannon.
Big thanks to Mr Baxter and all the teaching and non-teaching staff too, for doing such a great job!
12:12pm Thu 23 Aug 12
Many congratulations to Carl Page, well done son, and well done to Katy as well,
Loads of love Mum, Dad, Lee, Chloe, Sidney and Isabella
11:52am Thu 23 Aug 12
Mrs Arcanum says
Well done to all at Woodgreen School Witney - Brilliant results. :¬D
RT @StBirinusPress: @TheOxfordMail Well done to everyone at St Birinus School in Didcot! Another year of great results. Summary here: http://t.co/m2IHw5mD— @TheOxfordMail 23 August 2012
10:48am Thu 23 Aug 12
Fantastic results John Mason School! Well done!
8:45am Thu 23 Aug 12
Good luck to all Cooper School pupils, especially Jasmine Nash and Joshua Weaver. Well done guys for all your hard work xxxxxx
@TheOxfordMail Good luck to all the year 11 students at Lord Williams 's School for their results. Penny Lowe - Head of Year x— @p_lo12 23 August 2012
RT @darrinclarke: @TheOxfordMail I'd like to wish all my students good luck! Darrin Clarke, Head of English at Lord Williams's School, Thame. #gcse— @p_lo12 22 August 2012
Good morning. Here are the first couple of messages, from teachers. Good luck everyone getting their GCSEs today.
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