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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 07:49 UK time, Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Yale College, Wrexham, is the third such organisation in the region to be awarded outstanding results by inspectors with "highest ever results in Wales for work based training".

It comes after Deeside College received praise for its standards along with Castell Alun being awarded the highest possible marks for the quality of its teaching.

Whilst we know the standard of teaching is important, it seems pupils and students only appreciate this when they've left their school or college. How do we know this? Just read the comments we receive about such places which are written, you've guessed it, in our history sections! Take a look:

Ysgol y Grango memories
Lindisfarne College, Wrexham
Wrexham and East Denbighshire Secondary Technical School,

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