by Richmond Twickenham Times

Headteachers have expressed their fury towards exam regulator Ofqual after they refused to re-mark this summer’s GCSE English exams.
This year saw a national slump in GCSE English grades as the exam regulator heightened the grade boundaries from January to June, meaning students with the same marks as those who sat the exams in the January got lower grades.
Jo Longhurst, headteacher at Orleans Park School, said it was unfair to raise the grade boundaries at such a late stage without informing schools.

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