An East Yorkshire principle reacts to the first drop in 20 years of students scoring at least an A grade
The proportion of A-levels scoring at least an A grade in England, Wales and Northern Ireland has fallen for the first time in two decades.
It's the first time students are facing tuition fees of up to 9 thousand pounds a year.
Principle of Wyke College, Jay Trivedy says raised fees placed extra pressure on students ...
"The fact that the fees are going to be so expensive means if they are going on to university, they want to choose the right one and the right course. What we are seeing is that the number of students who have applied to university has held up."