The independent school head said coronavirus has forced Britain to ‘think beyond the constraints' of how it's always done exams
The headmistress of an independent day school for girls in London says ‘it feels like choices are narrowing' with exam qualifications
5,201 UK students received their IB results, with many independent schools beating the worldwide average
Shaun Fenton, head of Reigate Grammar School and chair of HMC, says teachers may not admit it, but our lives aren’t defined by grades
As Edexcel announces it will upload all of its marked A-level exam scripts, Hilary Moriarty asks, are we about to see A grades rise even further?
James Allen, Headmaster at Beech Hall, is currently revising for the 2018 GCSE examinations
Does everything have a right and wrong answer? Hilary Moriarty looks at the subjects which can't be tied down to assessment objectives
Lacy Chapman, Head of Lower School at ACS Cobham International School, explains why formal testing is killing curiosity
Pupils received offers from several renowned schools following the exam results
Kathryn Bell, Headteacher at Burgess Hill Girls, looks at why data in league tables can be misleading
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