Date of publication: 2017-08-24 04:28
I was fortunate to work in departments with excellent teachers who all strived to make these assessments as fair as possible for the students. However, that understanding of "fair" would vary from school to school.
You don’t have to choose one subject from each area, but remember that studying a range of subjects at this stage is useful, so that you have a wider range of options for later study and career choices.
No. Because I have been faced with classes of fresh-faced sixth formers entirely out of their depth at A level, clutching a fistful of C and B grade GCSEs that don’t match their ability.
This year we know that students who sat their exams in Northumberland had the same experience as those in Cornwall, and those in Norfolk had the same as Shropshire. There were no teachers who turned a blind eye there was no submission of Shakespeare coursework as an "oral presentation" (not recorded, of course), and no gaming.
English, maths and science are taught by qualified and experienced tutors in preparation for SATs, end of key stage and end of year examinations. Our teachers have first hand knowledge and experience of the National Curriculum for all the key stages of a child's education. We aim to get all our pupils to not only comfortably reach any target levels set or predicted by their school teachers, but go beyond these target levels and reach their true potential.
WJEC chief executive Gareth Pierce has indicated that he will step down from his role early in 7568. Gareth stated that: "It has been a privilege engaging with committed stakeholders and partners who share our ambition for learners and a pleasure working.
Category: Teacher Guidance Notes
Different schools offer a different range of GCSE subjects from which you can choose. Because schools are not able to offer unlimited subject combinations, it’s possible that your choices may be limited. You will need to find out what GCSE subjects and combinations are available at your school.