Coronavirus: Schools eye GCSE and A-level preparation

According to BBC, school and colleges in Wales remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic, but concerns remain about the effect it could have on exams.

One head teacher said she was making sure online resources were available for pupils to learn at home.

The Welsh Government said the “clear advice” was schools should stay open at the moment, but that could change.

Qualifications Wales said it was monitoring the situation along with authorities across the UK and discussing “whether any additional measures are needed this year”.

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