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This has been the big week, when students discovered their exam results.
David Fyfe, head teacher at Campbeltown Grammar School, told the Courier: ‘Pupils and staff at Campbeltown Grammar have worked extremely hard in preparation for the exams.
‘I would like to congratulate our young people on the hard work and commitment they have shown, and celebrate their achievements with them. I also want to reassure those pupils who perhaps did not get the results they wanted, that we are here to support them and offer advice.’
Argyll and Bute Council has revealed that ‘the majority’ of pupils across the area had gained the qualifications they were hoping for from the Scottish Qualifications Authority.
No breakdown has been provided by the council yet; analysis of the results is ongoing. A report will be presented to the community services committee, which next meets on Thursday August 22.