Well the A-Level results are out and Greenwich Council are making a bit of a song and dance about them.
"A-level results day was one of celebration in Greenwich. With an overall pass rate of 96.4%, a number of pupils achieved excellent results and will attend top universities" says a news update email that they sent out.
A page on the Council's web site boasts of "many success stories".
Let's step behind the spin and have a peak at what's really going on.
Pupils educated by Greenwich achieved an A-Level pass rate of 96.4%.
That's below the national average of 97.2%.
It's worse than last years pass rate of 97.8%.
It's worse than Lewisham's pass rate of 98.3%.
Once again Greenwich Council has gone into "head in the sand mode" in the face of a potential crisis.
Greenwich Council, failing our streets, failing our children.