Coronavirus: NI exams body plans for potential disruption

The Northern Ireland exams body is drawing up plans to manage potential disruption to GCSE and A-level exams due to coronavirus, BBC is reporting.

In the meantime, the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) said schools should prepare for the 2020 summer exams as normal.

Exam bodies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are updating existing contingency plans to deal with disruption.

Any announcement on widespread national disruption – like the closure of schools – would be the responsibility of relevant government departments.

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