GCSEs 2017: The results are in, so what should you do now? The advice you need to know...

Juliana Kalniana, A*, Yusuf Khan, 9A*, Hansa Khan, 8A*, Iqra Hussain, 9A*, Arman Khan, 9A* and Alex Funk 9A* looking at their results at Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford. Picture Bruce Rollinson
Juliana Kalniana, A*, Yusuf Khan, 9A*, Hansa Khan, 8A*, Iqra Hussain, 9A*, Arman Khan, 9A* and Alex Funk 9A* looking at their results at Dixons Trinity Academy, Bradford. Picture Bruce Rollinson
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Whether the results were good or bad, the question of what to do next is one on the lips of thousands of pupils this morning as they look to life after GCSEs.

Here is our guide on what to do next.

Rachel Reeves, Leeds West MP and former junior chess champion, during her visit toWhingate Primary School with Grand Master Malcolm Pein, Chief Executive of CSC, to support of Chess in Schools and Communities.
Picture shows Malcolm Pein and Rachel Reeves taking part in a simul against 16 children.
Rachel will joined children of the school in a chess lesson and give a simultaneous exhibition, playing the best players from the school.
 Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC) is a UK charity whose mission is to improve childrens educational outcomes and social development by introducing them to the game of chess.
16 November 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson
Founded in 2009, CSC now teaches in over 300 schools and supports 500 more nationwide including 13 in Leeds, teaching around 1000 children each week how to play the game in classroom lessons and after-school clubs.

Chess ace Leeds MP drops into school for eight games at once