This year's GCSE results can be relied upon to help students move on to their next step.
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FAQs on workload and secondary exam/qualification grading, summer 2021
Information for NEU members working in secondary schools on providing education to students at home, as they would when they are in the classroom.
The Office for National Statistics' latest infection survey shows that secondary-age pupils now have the highest rate of infection of any age group and, whilst it has fallen a little as a result of the half-term holiday, it is likely to carry on increasing.
National Education Union is calling for an urgent circuit breaker to suppress Covid cases
After the challenges of 2020 and 2021, Government must make sure GCSE, A-level and vocational qualifications in 2022 are robust, fair and centred around the needs of every student in our schools.
The Joint General Secretaries of the National Education Union have written to Gavin Williamson the Education Secretary, setting out why the disastrous handling of this year’s exam results must never happen again.
Kevin Courtney, joint general secretary of the National Education Union, comments on the announcement of £2,000 incentive payments in addition to existing bursaries for maths and physics teachers.
Special needs provision in England has lost out on £1.2bn because of shortfalls in funding increases from central government since 2015.