Coronavirus: Which schools are reopening for pupils?

BBC reports …

The Welsh government has cancelled next summer’s GCSE, AS and A-level exams. Grades will be based on classroom assessments, done under teacher supervision, and will begin in the second half of the spring term in 2021. Scottish Education Secretary John Swinney has said that National 5 exams, roughly equivalent to GCSEs in England, will not go ahead in 2021. They will be replaced by teacher assessments and coursework.

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