Department for Education post-16 policy advisor Zara McDermott has joined Love Island. FErret is thrilled
But schools should be 'vigilant' of tattoos on the hands and arms of GCSE and A level students
As students sit their last GCSEs, remind them it’s not the end of the world if they fail, says a director of sixth form
Teachers need to remind pupils that if exam stress – as unsettling as it is – is our pupils' biggest worry, they're actually very lucky
We must re-evaluate the importance placed on GCSEs, so the stress doesn’t outweigh the benefits, says a Year 11 student
Higher education is changing – schools must be ready to provide the best advice for sixth-formers, says Helen Stringer
The silo approach to T level development risks undermining the quality of the qualifications, says Julie Hyde of CACHE
Simply rereading textbooks and highlighting words risks reinforcing misunderstanding, says Daisy Christodolou
Like Liverpool's goalkeeper, if teachers give their entire attention to one thing, others get missed
The new GCSEs are stressful but can have long-term benefits, argues a student who was among the first to sit the exams
As the Department for Education focuses on T levels, what does the future hold for BTECs and Cambridge Technicals?
School leaders warn overhaul has caused an 'inordinate amount of stress' to pupils, parents and staff
Exam reforms could lead to more volatility in this summer's results, says Ofqual
Drop is 'largely due to the decoupling of AS from A levels', says Ofqual
‘It’s common to find teenagers crying with stress’ – one teacher offers advice to parents of students sitting exams
Your guide to the new GCSE and A-level exams that will be getting their first outing this summer
Exam questions too often make students search for a 'fixed' answer and don't encourage creativity, writes Andrew Otty
The organisation has been described as a 'woeful waste of public money', the Commons Education Select Committee hears
Biology students who took reformed A-level better at practicals than those who took it under previous system
In this week's Seeber's Science column, Emily champions the science practical
Students pick one subject when they head into HE, but this may be too early – they'll likely change their mind
National Foundation for Educational Research survey finds many schools are cutting back on staff, IT and trips
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