This week the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson wrote to teachers to thank them for all they've done on this year's assessments.
This year GCSE, A level, and vocational and technical qualification students will receive grades determined by their teachers. There is no one better placed to judge young people’s abilities than their teachers, who see them day-in-day-out.
GCSEs in England were reformed in 2018 to keep pace with universities’ and employers’ demands. They are based on new and more demanding subject content but are still suitable for the same wide range of abilities.
For some students, results day confirms the next stage of their education; whether that be a full-time job, a degree at university or a further education qualification like an apprenticeship.
GCSE, AS and A level exams will not be going ahead as planned this summer. Instead, students will receive grades determined by teachers, and will only be assessed on what they have been taught, not what they may have missed. Here is what this …
This week the Prime Minister announced a national lockdown to help combat the spread of Covid-19. This is a guide to what it means for schools, colleges, early years settings and more.
This post was edited on 10 November to reflect the decision to cancel exams in Wales next year. On Monday 12 October we confirmed that exams will go ahead next year and most AS/A level and GCSE exams will be …
This week, students up and down the country will be getting results for their GCSEs. Here we answer some of your key questions. How can students pick up their results? Schools and colleges are able to tell students their GCSE …
Exams regulator Ofqual has today set out its appeals process for A and AS levels and GCSES after exams were cancelled this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Writing in the Sun, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson explained why the cancellation of GCSE and A level exams due to the Covid-19 pandemic will not hold students back