We're sending our best wishes to the hundreds of young people across Medway who will receive their GCSE results on Thursday, 12 August.
Pupils have adapted incredibly well to the challenges of the last 17 months
Cllr Martin Potter, Medway Council’s Portfolio Holder for Education and Schools, said “We know that GCSE results day is an exciting but nerve-wracking time for young people, especially after the challenges over the past 17 months of remote learning and online lessons during the pandemic, but we are so proud of how pupils have adapted so incredibly well, and we would like to thank school staff for their dedication and support. We are sending our best wishes to the hundreds of students across Medway receiving their GCSE results, and hoping that you are all pleased with the outcome. If you are unhappy with your results, or unsure what to do next, we encourage you to talk to your school in the first instance. Our Information Advice and Guidance team are also available to provide support and guidance to young people in Medway.”