TODAY is GCSE results day - but this year will be very different.

How will students celebrate their big news in an age of social distancing?

Schools have had to make a big decision as to whether to invite students in to pick up their results at all.

Some will be looking for an email - or logging on to their school’s internet portal - for news of their results.

But others have invited pupils to pick up their results in person, provided they adhere to social distancing rules.

That means no hugging, definitely no kissing and thinking twice before you leap into the air.

Elbow and fist bumps are more likely to be the way to celebrate in 2020.

It’s all a far cry from years past when pupils hugged and kissed after opening their envelopes.

We’ve delved into our archive to find these images of students celebrating over recent years.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

High fives: Ali Daggett , Beth Daggett and Georgia Birtley at Upper Wharfedale School in 2013

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Salts Grammer, 2006. Heidi Lawthorpe, Laura Wilson, Helen Rennie, Finnegan Pope-Carter , Stewart Dixon, Adam Coxsell. Front: Lucy Nottidge

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Katie Whitworth and Kirti Mistry jump for joy at Tong High School

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Bingley Grammar School pupils celebrate their results in 2011

Are you in one of our pictures, or do you spot anyone you know?

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

St Mary's RC School in Menston, 2008. L-R: Robert Ward, Rachel Darlow, Rachel Gray, Jade Pullan, Greg Weir

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

With 12 A-Stars each, Nathanial Keidan, Aimen Hassan and Felix Bunting jump for joy on GCSE results day at Beckfoot Grammar School in 2013