ASCL comment on plans over cancelled exams

23rd March 2020

ASCL have responded to the government announcement about how grades will be awarded following the decision to cancel all exams Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, said: “We feel [read more]

The future of school exams

8th November 2019

With education experts and politicians continually questioning whether school exams remain fit-for-purpose, what does the future hold for them? Whether or not school exams are fit-for-purpose for the modern pupil is a topic that continues [read more]

Teachers call on government to scrap SATs

20th March 2019

According to a new YouGov survey, the vast majority of primary school teachers believe SATs are too stressful for children and should be scrapped Following last week’s comments from the ASCL suggesting that GCSEs are [read more]

Should GCSEs be scrapped?

12th February 2019

Robert Haflon is proposing a radical change to the UK education system, according to the BBC The chair of the Education Select Committee, Robert Halfon, has proposed a radical change to the English education system. [read more]