What kind of school curriculum can pave an alternative road out of this pandemic, asks IAN DUCKETT
Currently 42.2% of A Level grades are less than predicted by teacher assessment. However, Wales had maintained a much firmer
By ignoring teachers and downgrading results, Ofqual has highlighted the deep inequalities between our schools
The SEA welcomes the UK Government’s belated decision to abandon its discredited attempt to manipulate examination grades. However welcome this
On the day before the publication of English A level results, it seems clear panic is setting in at the DfE. The desperate last minute and unworkable attempt to allow students to count mock results is evidence enough. The situation is probably one where there are no wholly good answers. But there are some important “if only’s” that must be remembered.
Children have suffered from the impact of COVID 19. School buildings have been closed to all but a small number
The policy announcement on Wednesday June 3rd by Welsh Education Minister Kirsty Williams to re-open schools in Wales to all year groups from June 29th, is a serious mistake.
Clearly, the UK is not united over how to handle this crisis. Here in Wales the Stay at Home slogan is still operative until at least the end of this month, when a further review will take place. The Tories need to understand that steamrolling people back to work and children back to school could cost them their health and possibly their lives. They are trying to get the economy going (and their profits rising) at the expense of working class children and their parents.