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A-level results 2020: Live list of results from Norfolk and Waveney

PUBLISHED: 07:50 13 August 2020 | UPDATED: 09:01 14 August 2020

Students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Hundreds of students around Norfolk and Waveney are finding out their all-important A-level results today.

Ben Millett reacts with his father (back to the camera) as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireBen Millett reacts with his father (back to the camera) as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Collecting results is a major milestone in a young person’s life, as they discover more about their next steps, from university and college courses to apprenticeship or entry into the world of work.

However, the coronavirus pandemic means almost all students will be receiving their results remotely missing out on the ritual picking up that dreaded envelope at school with friends and classmates.

This live list of results from schools in Norfolk and Waveney will be updated as results come in to us, appearing alphabetically.

PLEASE NOTE: Except where 2020 figures have been supplied, the figures shown below are the percentage of A* to C grades students at school and colleges achieved in last year’s results, given purely as a guide.

Comparing like for like can be difficult at the best of times and it is impossible this year as students have not sat exams.

Instead schools and colleges have effectively provided an assessment grade, which was fed into the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.

Springwood student Joseph Pembrey with his A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Joseph Pembrey with his A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

They took that grade, looked at schools’ past performance and the overall assessment results nationally and then assigned a grade for each qualification. On this basis it’s not possible to make any comparisons with previous years.

Attleborough Academy Norfolk

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 63pc)

Springwood student Abi Rice with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Abi Rice with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

Bungay High School

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 73pc)

City College Norwich

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 60pc)

Corrienne Peasgood OBE, principal, said: “We’re really pleased that the vast majority of our A Level and Level 3 students have been able to progress to their chosen destinations. This is a reflection of all their hard work over the two years of their courses, and especially during the really difficult past few months. As in every year, some of our students have done better than expected and some haven’t achieved what they’d hoped to. We’re working hard with them to look at the options available and to help them take the very best decisions.”

Students with their A-level results at Lowestoft Sixth Form College. Picture: East Coast CollegeStudents with their A-level results at Lowestoft Sixth Form College. Picture: East Coast College

City of Norwich School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 73pc)

Jo Philpott, headteacher, said: “We are all immensely proud of the achievements of the CNS Class of 2020. It has been lovely to welcome students into school to collect their results and for them to be able to share their success with staff and each other. I would like to thank the teachers of CNS for all their hard work with Year 13 throughout their A’ levels. I wish all of our Year 13 students the very best in their future lives as they embark upon a wide range of exciting university courses and apprenticeships.”

College of West Anglia

Emily Wallace reacts as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireEmily Wallace reacts as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

% of A* to C grades - 73pc (2019: 77pc)

David Pomfret, principal, said: “I am delighted with the strong A-level results our students have achieved again this year. We are thrilled that of the grades awarded to our students, 50pc are at grade B or above. I’d like to thank all our staff and students, who have worked tirelessly throughout the year in these exceptional circumstances. We are so proud of everything our students have achieved during their time with us and we wish them every success in their future endeavours. Unfortunately, the statistical standardisation process introduced in place of exams has unfairly disadvantaged a small number of students. The college will fully support those students affected to achieve the grades that they deserve.”

Dereham Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades - 73pc (2019: 74pc)

Jonathan Atkin and Dave Brook, co-directors of the college, said: “Congratulations to all of our students. Today not only marks the end of a very difficult and challenging time for our students, it is also the start of exciting new beginnings, with the vast majority of students progressing to their chosen destination. We are pleased to see that against a national picture of 40pc of grades being changed, our results have continued to be consistently strong, with 30pc of grades being A*-A grades or vocational equivalents. This is testament to how well the teaching staff at DSFC know the students and the standards our cohort were working at.”

Emily Wallace (left) uses hand sanitiser as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireEmily Wallace (left) uses hand sanitiser as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Diss High School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 85pc)

This school has decided not to release any results this year. The school said: “In light of the unique circumstances, Diss High is not making any exam releases this year.”

Downham Market Academy

Springwood student Agata Rataj with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Agata Rataj with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 72pc)

East Norfolk Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades - 77pc (2019: 75pc)

Dr Catherine Richards, said: “I am absolutely delighted by this year’s results. Our students have been awarded some fantastic grades, which is recognition for their hard work and determination to succeed during the most challenging circumstances. Even during a pandemic, our students have continued to engage and learn with remote teaching and a huge amount of credit has to go to the dedication of our highly skilled staff to support our students throughout this difficult time.”

Students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustStudents receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

Fakenham Sixth Form

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 73pc)

Gresham’s School

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 80pc)

Benita Stipp (centre) and Mimi Ferguson (left)  receive their A-Level results at Norwich School. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireBenita Stipp (centre) and Mimi Ferguson (left) receive their A-Level results at Norwich School. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Hartismere School and Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 89pc)

Hellesdon High School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 61pc)

Richard Tayor, director of sixth form, said: “After a very unusual year, it was great to have some ‘normality’ and to see our students pick up their results in person, before they move on to their next steps. The way this cohort of students has handled a very difficult few months has been exemplary. We wish them all the best for the future at either university, in apprenticeships or employment.”

Springwood student Joe Read with his A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Joe Read with his A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

INTO UEA Newton Programme

% of A* to C grades - 99pc (2019: 97pc)

Jodi Kent, A-level programme manager, said: “In what has been a very unusual year, our students have not failed to amaze me once again with their resilience and determination to achieve the very best grades. They continued to work hard throughout changing circumstances and with the excellent support of our teaching and welfare teams they have achieved exceptional results, which are wholly deserved. We wish them all the very best for the future.”

Jane Austen College

Emily Wallace (cente) reacts as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireEmily Wallace (cente) reacts as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

% of A*-C grades - 80pc (2019: 82pc)

David Thomas, principal, said: “We’re really proud of our students for all the hard work they’ve done during their courses. They have had to finish school in a completely unexpected way, but it’s important that the Covid-19 crisis doesn’t overshadow their achievements. They absolutely deserve a brilliant set of results.”

King Edward VII Academy

% of A*-C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 66pc)

The percentage of A*-C grades awarded has seen an increase again this year

Students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustStudents receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

making it the third year of significant improvement. Both A*- A grades and A*-B grades have also improved. Sarah Hartshorn, principal, said: “It has been difficult year for the students and their families, and for the schools and communities they serve. The unprecedented response to the Covid-19 pandemic has forced us to take a different approach to producing the results for our students. Our destination data, historically, is well above national average, and based on current information we are looking at continuing this trend. With over 98pc of our students being able to move onto their chosen next stage in their journey. We hope to match and exceed the percentage achieving their first choice university.”

Langley School

% of A* to C grades - 82pc (2019: 78pc)

Jon Perriss, headmaster, said: “I am delighted and proud of the Langley 2020 cohort for a fantastic set of results. Our students have continued the upward academic trajectory of the school and overcome significant turmoil and societal stress to achieve so much. The results are testament to their diligence and resilience, and to the outstanding commitment and support of all the teachers. Langley nurtures the individual and to see these young people flourish is of great credit to them and the school as a whole.”

City of Norwich School student Eliza achieved four A*s. Picture: CNSCity of Norwich School student Eliza achieved four A*s. Picture: CNS

Lowestoft Sixth Form College

% of A* to C grades - 85pc (2019: 74pc)

Keith Shiels, principal, said: “I am immensely proud of all of our students and staff for the hard work they put in both before and during lockdown, and we are pleased to be able to share their success through our results today. Our students have had to embrace a new way of learning almost overnight and they can take those successes forward to their next steps, as well as their fantastic academic achievements. The lessons we have learnt from this new way of teaching and learning, both for students and teachers, will undoubtedly enrich and transform the way students learn from now on.”

Mildenhall College Academy

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 62pc)

Twins Rosy (left) and Teddy Valentine react as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA WireTwins Rosy (left) and Teddy Valentine react as students at Norwich School receive their A-Level results. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Neale-Wade Academy

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 74pc)

Nicholas Hamond Academy

% of A* to C grades - 60pc (2019: 40pc)

City of Norwich School student Sahand’s 2 As and 2 Bs will now enable him to achieve his dream of studying dentistry at Dundee University.Picture: CNSCity of Norwich School student Sahand’s 2 As and 2 Bs will now enable him to achieve his dream of studying dentistry at Dundee University.Picture: CNS

Principal Mark Woodhouse said: “The challenges that schools and academies have faced this year alongside the rest of the country, in recent months, have been well documented. These of course have been amplified in the challenges that our students have faced in achieving their grades this summer which have been all the greater due to the difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Our students though have risen to the task and the grades that they have been awarded are a reflection of their hard work not just in the last few months but over the course of the last two years. The grades awarded are generally in line with what we would have expected students to have achieved this summer had they sat their final exams and will allow our students to progress onto the next stages of their lives. We should take nothing away from our students and their achievements this year. They should not only be proud of their achievements but they have all demonstrated the skills and qualities over the whole two years that show that they are excellent role models and that they can be successful in whatever they decide to do next in their lives. We wish our students all the very best for their future endeavours.”

Norwich High School for Girls

% of A* to C grades - 85pc (2019: 79pc)

Kirsty von Malaisé, headmistress, said: “We are so proud of all the girls’ individual achievements and all of the wonderful contributions they have brought to our school community. We were thrilled that nearly 1/4 of all our girls received A*s and nearly 50pc received thoroughly well-deserved A*-A grades. Whilst we have not been able to celebrate their Norwich High journey in the normal manner over the last few months, all of the girls have shown tremendous resilience, strong, positive character traits and I know will go on to achieve great things in their futures. I must also add congratulations to our whole staffing body who have worked tirelessly during these uncertain times to offer the best possible education, and continue to work to support our Sixth Form leavers to excel in their next steps, whatever they may be. We look forward to hearing about their ongoing successes in the very near future.”

Springwood student Abbie Copping with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Abbie Copping with her A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

Norwich School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures suppiled (2019: 96pc)

Steffan Griffiths, head master, said: “We have been so impressed by the resilience and dignity of the 2020 cohort in the face of considerable adversity, not least the interruption to the rite of passage which should come with terminal examinations and end-of-school celebrations. In terms of the overall cohort position, as a result of the current situation we do not feel that we yet have an accurate sense of the wider picture. We will therefore wait for further clarification from and dialogue with the awarding bodies before publishing cumulative totals, either by subject or cohort. The school is focused on prioritising what is important at this point of the examination cycle: looking after individuals so that our leavers can go onto exciting, positive future routes. We already know that there have been many terrific performances over the two-year courses and our young people now have exciting pathways ahead of them.”

Notre Dame High School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures suppiled (2019: 80pc)

Kostas Harilela and Will Blackmore who between them gained 3 A* and 3 A grades. Both are going to UEA. Picture: Ormiston Academies TrustKostas Harilela and Will Blackmore who between them gained 3 A* and 3 A grades. Both are going to UEA. Picture: Ormiston Academies Trust

Tom Pinnington, head of school, said: “The school would like to publicly acknowledge the tremendous effort that all of our A level candidates have put into their studies over the last two years. The cohort have displayed strength of character in how they maturely handled the impact of Covid-19 on their studies and their exams. These qualities will serve them well in the future. Many of them have been awarded the grades that they deserve by the exam boards, however some have not been awarded grades that truly reflect their ability, work ethic or potential exam performance and these students will be the focus of our support over the next few days. The teachers and staff will continue to provide all students with the support that they require to continue their journey in education or future employment.”

Open Academy

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 62pc)

Ormiston Victory Academy

Hamza Khizer (pictured with his father) gained the equivalent of 2 As and 1 A* at Ormiston Victory Academy. Picture: Ormiston Academies TrustHamza Khizer (pictured with his father) gained the equivalent of 2 As and 1 A* at Ormiston Victory Academy. Picture: Ormiston Academies Trust

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 70pc)

Naomi Palmer, principal, said: “We are excited to celebrate some fantastic results with our students today – I am so proud of what they have achieved – and that we continue to offer a wide range of courses and educational opportunities to suit all needs and aspirations. Our Year 13s are an incredibly able group of young people with high hopes for the future and great attitudes to the importance of study. We wish them all well on the next stage of the journey, whatever that might be.”

Paston College

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 79pc)

Corrienne Peasgood OBE, principal, said: “We’re really pleased that the vast majority of our A Level and Level 3 students have been able to progress to their chosen destinations. This is a reflection of all their hard work over the two years of their courses, and especially during the really difficult past few months. As in every year, some of our students have done better than expected and some haven’t achieved what they’d hoped to. We’re working hard with them to look at the options available and to help them take the very best decisions.”

Teaching staff speaking to the students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustTeaching staff speaking to the students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

Reepham College

% of A* to C grades - 80pc (2019: 76pc)

Helen McGuinness, college director, said: “As we mark our eleventh year as an Ofsted rated Outstanding college, we once again celebrate the tremendous results of our students particularly in regard to this year’s exceptional circumstances, 30% of which are an A*or A grade and 68% of which are A*- B grade. This is a reflection of two years exceptional hard work and the excellent level of pastoral and academic support provided by staff. Our students start the next exciting stage of their lives as capable, mature and well-rounded young people.”

Saint Felix School

City of Norwich School student Thomas achieved three A*s.Picture: CNSCity of Norwich School student Thomas achieved three A*s.Picture: CNS

% of A* to C grades - 86pc (2019: 78pc)

James Harrison, headmaster, said: “In this unusual year, we’re very pleased with another set of excellent A level results at Saint Felix. Grades awarded today were fair and accurate with just 6% having been downgraded compared to 40pc as a national average, which is testament to the robustness of our internal tracking procedures in supplying credible and accurate evidence to the exam boards. It’s reassuring to see that the vast majority of our pupils have received the grades that they deserve, ensuring almost all of them a place at their first-choice universities. We commend the efforts of pupils and staff alike and are very proud of their achievements, especially in the challenging circumstances of this year.”

Sheringham High School

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 60pc)

Dr Andrew Richardson, headteacher, said, “Today is about recognising the achievements of a distinct cohort of students at Sheringham Sixth who have missed the chance to prove themselves in examination. Their clarity of thought, adherence to deadlines, fostering of a learning fellowship and honest resilience are qualities many would do well to emulate. As many embark upon university courses such as medicine, Chemistry, Geography and Law, or their chosen pathways in employment, we celebrate their successes, support them in their choices and follow them with fondness and interest as they become the leaders and policy-makers of the future.”

UTCN students (left to right) with their results Rory Pollitt, Kate Hubbard, Kieron McFarlane and Emily Pinnell. Picture: University Technical College NorfolkUTCN students (left to right) with their results Rory Pollitt, Kate Hubbard, Kieron McFarlane and Emily Pinnell. Picture: University Technical College Norfolk

Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form College

% of A*-C grades (including A-Level equivalents) - 80pc (2019: 80pc)

Chris Jennings, principal of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form, said: “I am so proud of how hard our students have worked over the last two years. They have shown themselves to be a highly resilient and compassionate year group who have shown great courage and determination. They are an amazing group of students with great futures ahead of them.”

Sir John Leman High School

Students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustStudents receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 71pc)

In a joint statement, headteacher Michael Taylor and trust CEO Jeremy Rowe, said: “In light of the changed situation this summer, and the government’s decision not to publish any results, we are not providing any external statistics for any of our secondary schools this year. This year, it is enough simply to say thank you to our staff, our parents and all members of our wider community for their unstinting support, and to congratulate our students for their brilliant achievements today.”

Springwood High School

% of A* to C grades - N 2020 figures supplied (2019: 78pc)

Almost a quarter of students achieved an A* or A and over half picking up either an A*, A or B.

Springwood student Joe Reed opening his A-Level results. Picture: Ian BurtSpringwood student Joe Reed opening his A-Level results. Picture: Ian Burt

Andy Johnson, West Norfolk Academies Trust executive headteacher, said: “The governors and staff at Springwood are delighted with the achievements of our students. It has been a very positive atmosphere at Springwood this morning and after a challenging few months, it’s been a wonderful celebration of the success of the brilliant young people collecting their results. This year group has worked so hard and some of them have been with the Trust for seven years having either been at Springwood already or came to our sixth form from one of our feeder schools in St Clements, Marshland and Smithdon. I was proud to see what they have accomplished in their time with us.”

Sprowston Community Academy

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 59pc)

Liz Wood, headteacher, said: “Our fantastic group of Y13 students worked incredibly hard academically and in terms of their own personal development throughout their time with us. They have faced challenges and uncertainties on a scale never seen before and it is a testament to their determination, strong relationships and good humour that they have coped so well. We are exceptionally proud of them and will continue to support them as they navigate the next stages of their lives in this unprecedented educational landscape. We have chosen not to publish our overall figure as we pursue some appeals on behalf of some students whose results do not fully reflect their ability and hard work. We are, however, reassured that the vast majority of our students have achieved the destinations that they wanted and deserve in these unique times.”

Izzy Mercer with her A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley SchoolIzzy Mercer with her A Level results at Langley School. PHOTO: Langley School

Taverham High School

% of A* to C grades - 73pc (2019: 67pc)

Carol Dallas, headteacher, said: “Congratulations to all our students and the families who have performed exceptionally well. We are extremely happy with the results gained by our students, due to their hard work and commitment throughout their two years of study. They have had a most unique experience with the Covid crisis. We are so pleased that most students have gained the places that they wanted and are able to continue their journey in education, employment or training. They have achieved the very highest grades with 24% of grades at A*. We are particularly delighted with our results in English Literature and maths where 54% of grades awarded were A* or A. We wish our students every success in their future and look forward to seeing them flourish in the world beyond Taverham High.”

Thetford Academy

% of A*-C grades - 65pc (2019: 50pc)

Teaching staff speaking to the students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustTeaching staff speaking to the students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

Dan Carter, principal, said: “I’m full of pride and admiration for our Year 13 pupils as they collect their results today. The most important thing is that these grades enable our students to progress successfully to their desired destination. I’m pleased to say that the vast majority of our students have places at their chosen university, with an increased number going to top providers. The class of 2020 leaves us with some of Thetford Academy’s best ever grades. We are a rapidly improving school and these grades are fully deserved - I’m proud our students have worked so hard, especially considering the challenging circumstances around them.

I offer my sincere best wishes to the class of 2020, they will be fondly remembered at Thetford Academy.”

Thetford Grammar School

% of A* to C grades - 87pc (2019: 92pc)

The school said: “Fourteen students were awarded A-Level grades this year and we are delighted that so many of our students achieved excellent grades and are now going on to some of the country’s top universities. It is a pleasure to share in our students’ successes and excitement about their futures and to hear personally from them how big a difference attending Thetford Grammar School has made to their aspirations. These results reflect the tremendous diligence of our students, their scholarship and tenacity as well as the unstinting support and inspiration of their teachers.”

City of Norwich School student Joanna achieved three A*s and will be taking a gap year before heading off to Nottingham University to study economics..Picture: CNSCity of Norwich School student Joanna achieved three A*s and will be taking a gap year before heading off to Nottingham University to study economics..Picture: CNS

Thorpe St Andrew Sixth Form

% of A* to C grades - 83pc (2019: 81pc)

Peter Lambert, head of school, said: “We are very proud of the results achieved by our students in the Sixth Form, they are truly well-deserved. Once again, our students have done the community of Thorpe St Andrew School and Sixth Form proud. We are particularly proud of the range of success our students have achieved across the broad range of subjects that we offer from A-Level to Specialist Qualifications. There have been many challenges presented to our students this year and we have been bowled-over by the way in which they have risen to these.”

University Technical College Norfolk

Will Daniels started in the Prep School and journeyed all the way through to A-Levels at Langley Senior School. Picture: Langley SchoolWill Daniels started in the Prep School and journeyed all the way through to A-Levels at Langley Senior School. Picture: Langley School

% of A*-C grades (including A-Level equivalents) - 75pc (2019: 67pc)

Alex Hayes, headteacher said: “These results show a significant improvement across the board and are generally in-line with our teachers’ predictions. However, there are a number of anomalies which we will be taking up with the exam boards. These results have enabled our students to take-up a wide range of exciting apprenticeship offers and university places. Congratulations to students, staff and parents for all their hard work in difficult circumstances.”

Wisbech Grammar School

% of A*-C grades 79pc (2019: 62pc)

Chris Staley, headmaster, said: “Pupils at WGS continue to achieve top grades and their achievements have certainly not been derailed by Coronavirus or last-minute Government changes. At a very top level, I am really pleased with the A-Level results this year. They have significantly improved from twelve months ago. The top grades (A*-A) accounted for a third of results and 50pc of grades were A*-B.”

Students receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration TrustStudents receiving their A-level results at Thetford Academy. Picture: James Bass/Inspiration Trust

Wymondham College

% of A* to C grades - (2019: 83pc)

Wymondham High Academy

% of A* to C grades - No 2020 figures supplied (2019: 78pc)

Head girl Caitlin Ellis and headmaster Jon Perriss at Langley School on A Level Results Day 2020. PHOTO: Langley SchoolHead girl Caitlin Ellis and headmaster Jon Perriss at Langley School on A Level Results Day 2020. PHOTO: Langley School

Jonathan Rockey, principal, said: “Our Year 13 pupils have, yet again, proven how committed they are to their studies. The huge variety of destinations that students now move on to is testament to their efforts over the last seven years of secondary education. We are exceptionally proud that the students have been awarded such strong grades during what have been difficult circumstances. The young people have demonstrated not only high academic standards but strength of character; their determination has been incredible. We all wish them the very best of luck with the next phase of their journey.”


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