Over 640,000 16-year-olds across England will today have picked up their GCSE results. Here, we answer some of your questions. Why are grades lower this year compared to 2022? This year, GCSE grading is largely returning to normal in line …
This article was originally published on 29 September 2022 and has been updated to reflect the latest information. Exams and formal assessments in England, including GCSE, AS level, A level and T Level, are going ahead as normal this summer. …
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.
Today, 18 August, there were some inaccurate reports in the media and on social media that students that received their vocational and technical qualifications (VTQ’s) last week, have been treated unfairly.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the findings of the British Council’s Language Trends Survey 2019 and the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) announcement of which schools and colleges have been chosen to improve computer science …
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the Association of School and College Leaders conference, as well as several new reports from the union.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the Edge Foundation report, the next stage of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund, and Minister Gibb’s ambition for girls to succeed in science.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at this year’s GCSE results.
Today’s Education in the media blog addresses the findings of Teach First's analysis into attainment, as well as looking at apprenticeships as we continue to work towards increasing vocational and technical education.
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on the narrowing gap between the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and their peers, as well as addressing the decision of some schools to offer International GCSEs.