Explore News Media, Bbc News and more!

Explore related topics

12.11.14 - Diversity 'key to London GCSE success'

- Diversity 'key to London GCSE success'

Headteachers share their favorite interview questions, and the answers they look for.

Top 10 questions teachers are asked at job interviews

Teaching to the test

'English schools are among the worst at teaching to the test. So when will we do something about it?'

Students taking final versions of old GCSEs will only be guaranteed resit opportunities in English, maths and science under Ofqual plans

25.8.16 - GCSE results 2016: Grades fall dramatically across the board

GCSE grades have fallen dramatically across the board

- GCSE results Grades fall dramatically across the board

30 books to ensure literature in primary schools reflects the diversity of students | News

30 books to ensure literature in primary schools reflects the diversity of students

30 books to ensure literature in primary schools reflects the diversity of students | News

20.8.15 - GCSE results 2015: pass rate rises but A* grades dip

GCSE results 2015: pass rate rises but A* grades dip

'It is well meant, but the new system has a significant downside. Calculating it is fiendishly complicated and the figures aren’t easy to interpret. Add to this the new “rigorous” exams, and the fluctuating grading system, and school performance measures will become incomparable from one year to the next – even for the most data-savvy.' (McInerney, 16/2/16).

Complicated GCSE changes are a catastrophe in the making

- Complicated GCSE changes are a catastrophe in the making

25.2.15 - Ofqual warning against tinkering with GCSE and A-level reform

Ofqual warns politicians against 'tinkering' with coalition's GCSE and A-level reforms

how to help a child who doesn't understand instructions | News

Four tips for supporting children who struggle to understand instructions

White working-class boys in poor areas are less likely to study beyond GCSE, report finds

Pinterest
Search