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  • 10 Feb 2022

    Co-op boss Jo Whitfield takes break to help teenage sons with exams

    The boss of the Co-op's food division is taking a four-month break to support her sons during their exams.

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  • 07 Feb 2022

    GCSEs and A-level exams in 2022 will be graded more generously

    Pupils' GCSE and A-level exams will be graded more generously than in pre-pandemic years - to make up for the disruption Covid has had on learning.

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  • 01 Feb 2022

    Government exams chief: 2022 test changes will not advantage more able pupils

    No standardisation model will be used to decide grades, Ofqual’s chief regulator said.

    Read on The Evening Standard >
  • 01 Feb 2022

    More support for schools and students as plan B comes to an end

    £8 million from NHS England to support secondary schools with the in-school vaccination programme.

    Read on Gov.uk >
  • 01 Feb 2022

    Up to 10,000 pupils in England missed whole autumn term last year, analysis finds

    Figures from education research group estimate 128,000 children withdrawn from state education in year to January 2021 lockdown.

    Read on The Guardian >
  • 01 Feb 2022

    Schools should be ranked on exclusions as well as GCSEs, say experts

    Report follows concern over practice of ‘off-rolling’ vulnerable pupils in schools in England and Wales.

    Read on The Guardian >
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