A GOOD luck message is being sent to thousands of young people eagerly awaiting their GCSE results.
Around 1,000 North West Leicestershire students will find out how they’ve fared this Thursday when the grades are released.
Last year’s results were the best ever achieved in the county with 80.3 per cent of students scooping five or more A* to Cs - 56.8 per cent secured five or more A* to Cs including English and maths.
Teenagers who want guidance after receiving their results should seek help firstly from their school or college where staff will be available to advise on different options.
Careers advisors Prospects can also provide further advice either through schools and colleges or local centres.
Ivan Ould, Leicestershire County Council cabinet member for children and young people, said: “Our young people have worked extremely hard towards their GCSEs.”