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4 Mar 2021 13:46
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  •   Home > News > Education

    A high school principal is expecting her students to get some good marks back

    A high school principal is expecting her students to get some good marks back


    About 140-thousand students across the country will find out their NCEA exam results this morning.

    The covid-19 lockdowns last year meant students had to do their work remotely.

    But, Albany Senior High School Principal Claire Amos is feeling positive about today.

    She says her students took last year in their stride.

    She says in terms of their learning relationships with their teachers, engagement with learning and completing assessments -- they did very well last year.

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