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The number of GCSE exams awarded an A* to C has risen, despite a sharp fall in grades for English. Top grades for pupils in England rose by 0.7% to 68.8%, with grades for Maths up 4.8%. However English results fell by 1.9% on last summer, which experts claimed was the result of speaking and listening tests no longer ...
Press release from NASUWT: Commenting on the GCSE results, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers' union in the UK, said: "This year...
National Union of Teachers press release Commenting on today's GCSE results, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest tea...
Labour press release Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, Tristram Hunt MP, responding to the publication of GCSE results today, said: "Congratulations to...
Press release from the Welsh Government: Education and Skills Minister Huw Lewis has congratulated students across Wales who are picking up their GCSE and Welsh B...
Nick Gibb claimed today's GCSE results would vindicate the Government's exam reforms. “We’re seeing an end to the exam treadmill where students were repeatedly en...
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