Monthly Archives - July 2021

Covid: Home education numbers rise by 75%

The number of children registering for home education in the UK rose by 75% in the first eight months of the current school year, according to BBC research. In north-west England numbers were 92% up on the previous two-year average, figures from 153 councils show. Some parents and councils - including...

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GCSEs 2021: Final grade checks needed by results day

Amy Gibbons at TES reported that schools minister sets out plans for grading reviews and provisional process for next year's GCSE and A-level exams. Exam boards are still set to make final checks on conduct on teacher-assessed grades before GCSE and A-level results are published in three weeks' time, the schools minister...

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Let’s Talk Summer 2022 Exams after Summer 2021!

Summer 2022 Exams? The Summer 2021 ‘Exams’ are not quite at their conclusion yet. However, we’re getting ever closer. The Summer 2021 Exam season has been somewhat challenging to say the least. Long delays, process writing, quality processes, Awarding Body Approvals to name but a few.   But, our learners have all been amazing throughout! We...

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