‘Flexibility’ this year over staying on for A-level

BBC reports …

Schools and colleges in England are being told by the exams watchdog to be more lenient this year about letting pupils stay on to take A-levels.

Even if pupils do not get the required GCSE grades, Ofqual is calling for “greater flexibility”.

A-levels and GCSE exams were cancelled in the pandemic and exam boards will issue replacement results.

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