Newcastle High released its GCSE results this morning following the move by the government to Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs).
Portsmouth High School girls celebrate after receiving their GCSE results.
This summer, Ofqual put the ‘ass’ into ‘assessment’. As a result, the GCSE’s days might be numbered, says Dr Kevin Stannard.
After two weeks of uncertainty, Howell’s School are delighted that the GCSE results reflect the hard work that has been put in by everyone.
There is still a week to go before GCSE results are published so time to avoid replaying last week’s car crash, writes Dr Kevin Stannard, Director of Innovation and Learning, GDST
Excellent A level results for Wimbledon High School GDST in an extraordinary year…
After months of speculation and uncertainty, Brighton Girls today celebrated the achievements of Year 13 leavers with the publication of…
Despite the extraordinary circumstances surrounding this year’s A Level results, it has been another tremendously successful year at Portsmouth High School GDST.
In this year’s A Levels, Sutton High School achieved half of all results at A*/A grade level and 83% A*-B and 100% achieving A*-C grade.
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