After so much hard work and dedication Year 13 students from Knowsley celebrated their A-level results and The Challenge were on hand to capture them celebrating all their academic and personal achievements. Recent changes to A-levels meant students this year sat their exams at the end of two years of study, instead of taking modular exams throughout the course.  View the full gallery of photographs below:

 

Rainford Sixth Form student Alex Edwards celebrates

 

Carmel College's Lewis Owens celebrates his success

 

Megan Lang and Bailey Morgan from Rainford Sixth Form are all smiles

 

A-level results day at St Helens College

 

All smiles for Elesha, a student at St Helens College

 

St Helens College student Ellie celebrates with her mum

 

All smiles from Leah, a student at St Helens College

 

West Lancashire College students celebrate after achieving fabulous BTEC results

 

Young people in Knowsley celebrate A-level success

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Prescot Cables are approaching the new Evo-Stik League season in positive fashion and hoping to build on an excellent 2017-18 campaign, which saw them reach the promotion play-off final... Read more »

Brass, big band & Broadway tunes draw crowds at Festival

The Prescot Festival is celebrating another successful year, with 1,600 through the doors for 10 days of arts and music... Read more »

Prayer garden in memory of Megan

The former school of one of the victims of the Manchester terror attack has opened a memorial garden to help pupils remember her... Read more »

Charity vets showcased in national TV series

The amazing, lifesaving work of vet charity PDSA is being highlighted in a Merseyside based Tv series... Read more »

£11m investment for school playing fields in Knowsley

Knowsley Councillors have agreed an extensive programme of improvements, which will see schools right across the borough enjoy investment in their outdoor spaces.... Read more »

LFC confirm Kirkby redevelopment

Liverpool FC has confirmed that it will proceed with the redevelopment of its Academy site in Kirkby and the neighbouring Eddie McArdle community playing fields. ... Read more »

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  • Charity vets showcased in national TV series
    The amazing, lifesaving work of vet charity PDSA is being highlighted in a Merseyside based Tv series... Read more »
  • £11m investment for school playing fields in Knowsley
    Knowsley Councillors have agreed an extensive programme of improvements, which will see schools right across the borough enjoy investment in their outdoor spaces.... Read more »
  • LFC confirm Kirkby redevelopment
    Liverpool FC has confirmed that it will proceed with the redevelopment of its Academy site in Kirkby and the neighbouring Eddie McArdle community playing fields. ... Read more »
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