Aug 23 2012 By Carl Gavaghan
SCHOOLS across the borough are appealing their students GCSE English results.
Across the country there has been widespread anger with many schools complaining that exam boards had substantially increased grade boundaries, leaving pupils with lower results than expected.
Uxbridge High School confirmed to the Gazette that is was seeking "clarification" over some its students English grades, while another, which the Gazette agreed not to name, is launching appeals on behalf of a number of its students.
At least two more borough schools are also thought to have appealed English grades this morning.
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