OFSTED to rethink RE report

28th January 2000 at 00:00
THE Office for Standards in Education is to rewrite an inspection report after criticising religious education at a school which had received inaccurate GCSE results. Inspectors criticised the Knights Templar school in Baldock, Hertfordshire, for poor motivation of pupils The November inspection was carried out after only 33 per cent of GCSE candidates were awarded grades A-C by Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations. But OCR has since admitted the papers were incorrectly marked and issued new grades, placing 67 per cent on A-C.

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