NERVOUS pupils across Hampshire are set to open an envelope to their future today.

While many will be hoping to get into university, others may be going onto apprenticeships or taking on full-time work.

Many parents and guardians have their fingers crossed today in the hopes that their children can go on to do amazing work.

Like past years, the Daily Echo will be visiting several sixth forms and colleges to celebrate their success, and are regularly updating a live blog on our website throughout today’s series of events.

Our reporters are set to visit Bitterne Park School, St George Catholic VA College, Brockenhurst College, Fareham College and St Anne’s Catholic School.

We will also be in contact with other educational establishments to give you updates on their results.

If you want to catch a glimpse of students opening their results, head to

However a police chief has warned A-level students not to break lockdown rules when they party after receiving their results.

Assistant Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Nick Bailey said his officers did not want to marr the “joyous occasion” by handing out fines.

GMP has seen a surge in demand in recent days, with 1,106 reported breaches of lockdown rules over the weekend alone.

This was a rise of 25 per cent on the previous weekend.

Of the 1,106 reports, 540 were house parties, and 48 were pubs that were accused of breaching lockdown regulations.

Officers attended 40 of the reports, arrested 10 people and issued 11 fines for breaking the pandemic rules.

Mr Bailey said: “I understand that A-level results are coming out this week and people will rightly want to celebrate.

“However, please be mindful of the covid regulations in your celebrations as we do not want to spoil what should be a joyous occasion by issuing FPNs (fixed penalty notices) at any house parties or illegal gatherings.

“It is worth noting that recent spikes in Greater Manchester which led to the additional restrictions were centred around house parties with 17/18 year olds.”

GMP advised the public to check lockdown rules on the Government website rather than phoning the police.

Them and West Yorkshire Police are encouraging people to report non-urgent incidents online.

Assistant Chief Constable Jim Colwell said: “We want to welcome tourists safely back in to our communities and support a restart to our essential tourism economy.

“But that needs to be done respectfully by everyone and the levels of ASB recorded over the weekend are unacceptably high.”