The TES has reported that following schools requests for a review of its students GCSE and A level grades, more than 2,000 exam results changed by more than two grades! Pupils sat the new GCSE English and maths for the first time this year as well as older students taking the 13 new reformed A … Continue reading GCSE and A level grade changes rise by 40%
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You might be thinking in the future about applying for an apprenticeship – but you may not have the right level of qualifications in maths and English. A great way into an apprenticeship is to get onto a traineeship course – but what is a traineeship?A traineeship is used for people who want some skills … Continue reading Traineeships – What Are They?
So, the October half-term is over and writing your personal statement is at the top of your agenda if you are applying for university in 2018/2019. But, how do you actually write a top-notch personal statement?Your personal statement is a big part of your application and is required by all students applying for university through … Continue reading Personal statements – Top tips to make your application stand out!
What Is an Apprenticeship? You have been looking at university or A level courses and they seem that they don’t suit you. An alternative route that you could choose is an Apprenticeship - but how do you actually apply? Apprenticeships are training schemes that allow you to learn and become qualified on-the-job, while earning real pay. This … Continue reading Apprenticeships – How Do I Apply?
The first set of students have completed the newly reformed GCSEs. However, the results reveal that there has been an unfortunate number of schools who are missing out. There have been reports from The Guardian, Education Executive and Academicis stating that around 370 schools out of 3,000 are due to fall below the standards set … Continue reading GCSE Shake – Up Leaves Many Schools Missing National Progress Targets