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Olga Gibbs 2m
We moved to this area 6 years ago, trading a comfortable house for a shoebox. We did it for a single reason: education. When there are no billions to inherit, it would be solid chance for kids to build future. I'm sick with worry and I'm livid!
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Sarah Ebner 36m
All the handwringing about poetry is driving me a bit mad. Firstly, schools can choose to drop poetry - or the 19th century novel or the play written after 1914, so it’s not definitely poetry that will go. All these people pontificating should actually check facts. 1/2
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Ms Bale Aug 8
Starting the day with a brew in the sunshine before a day at the *private* beach with my son yet my mind keeps thinking about those GCSE’s calm before the storm?
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That Oxford Girl 3m
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Adnan Khan Tutoring Aug 6
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Parents' Voice Aug 7
MT We are running 2 free webinars following and results days for students who did not receive the grades they wanted, or are unsure of the right path. Find out about the various career options -
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TutorStation Aug 7
What is the most interesting topic in examination History?
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KIRSTY.ROG Aug 8
All of this media hype about dropping poetry (which hadn't actually been decided at all) proves how much teachers aren't listened to and a false narrative is forced about us. Bloody ridiculous. Poetry isn't going anywhere.
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Get Career Confident Aug 7
Schools in England will be able to appeal against their students’ and results in certain circumstances after an outcry over results in Scotland, however students will not be able to challenge the grades themselves. Via in
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Simon Ferris Aug 4
GCSE maths resit padlets...feel free to comment, use and share. Targets 3, 4 and 5. Student: Teacher: Thanks to
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TutorStation Aug 5
Do you think there should be coursework for Maths or do you like it 100% exams? Be interesting to hear from students as well as teachers/tutors
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fathima ijas Aug 4
I have never been happier to read something
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Digital Theatre+ 2h
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North Finchley Tutors Ltd Aug 5
In acknowledgment of the hardships faced by many students and their families coupled with the closure of schools, Ofqual has decided to allow schools to choose which topics to assess for the literature exam in 2021. Only Shakespeare will be compulsory
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Garland H. Green Jr. Aug 8
used to grade and A-level exams. Watchdog: statistical modelling is for their own good. [G]rades predicted by teachers could lead to inflated and unreliable results. Art. 22 anyone?
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SaSTutors Aug 5
Still trying to fine tune this, but it is a customised Google search for school students that points them to the right level information. I hope it is of use to some.
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Helen Ashby Aug 5
results in England are out 2 weeks today. There was no need to make this years students wait so long considering how the results have been formulated. |There could be a lot of fall out for them and they will only have 2 weeks to seek support if grades are not what they need
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QTS - Quality Teacher Suppliers Aug 7
have said that improving in England can appeal if they can show this year's and do not reflect recent improvements However, it looks unlikely that you will win the appeal
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Mr Es English Hacks Aug 4
A brand new on how to respond to IMAGERY / LANGUAGE in poetry analysis. This will link to future hacks and students will find it indispensable!
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Steven Breeze Aug 8
Poetry should be taught with the aim of enjoyment as well as comprehension and technical awareness. An opportunity for a shift in approach here
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