by this is Hull and East Riding
SCHOOLS across East Yorkshire are among hundreds considering legal action over this year’s GCSE English paper.
Several schools in Hull and the East Riding saw their overall GCSE results dramatically fall after exam board AQA raised grade boundaries in its English papers.
Stewart Edgell, of Endeavour School, says he will be part of legal action which is being planned by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).
At Endeavour, 18 per cent of pupils gained five A* to C grades including English and maths, a 15 percentage point decrease on the previous year.