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Testing & Assessments Information
GCSE subject content publications setting out the knowledge, understanding and skills common to all GCSE specifications.
The subject content publications are organised according to the year of first teaching of these GCSEs.
A collection of documents showing how Ofqual is currently reforming qualifications.
Primary school is a time for self-discovery, building confidence and nourishing potential. But primary school children in England are being let down by a system that cares more about measurement than their education.
Our system is obsessed with league tables, turning children into data points and denying them a broad, stimulating education at key stages in their development. It puts an unnecessary burden on children, parents and teachers alike.
More Than a Score believes there is another way. We’re a growing coalition of parents, teachers, heads and education experts, working together to call for change in the government’s over-testing regime.
Find out more about what we can do together to show that children are More Than A Score.
Let Our Kids Be Kids was launched in 2016 by a parents who’ve had enough… enough of endless testing, enough of teachers not being trusted to teach, enough of an Ofsted driven, dull, dry curriculum aimed solely at passing National Curriculum Tests (SATs).
Information about taking exams while home educating.
Information about gaining qualifications while home educating in England
Information about gaining qualifications while home educating in Scotland
Information about gaining qualifications while home educating in Wales
TheSchoolRun gives you all the tools you need to understand what and how your child is learning at primary school.
Download English worksheets, maths worksheets and science worksheets to support your child's schoolwork at home, find out all about KS1 SATs and KS2 SATs (and download free SATs past papers), get to grips with new educational techniques and get free homework help and information.
Revising for and sitting exams can be a stressful time for young people. While, to a degree, this is to be expected, there are steps that can be taken by schools, parents and the students themselves, to look after their wellbeing during exam season.
We’ve developed Wellbeing Guides for young people, parents and teachers, to help promote an emotionally healthy approach to exams. These are packed with practical tips and ideas to support young people before, during and after exam time.
The Mind Set is the UK’s first national peer-to-peer coaching network for GCSE and National students. It features 12 student coaches from a variety of academic and diverse backgrounds. They have all recently taken their exams and understand the pressures involved. In a series of short clips, they offer practical and wellbeing advice on how to get through the stressful exam period.
Information, Opinion and Advice about Year 6 SATS from Let Our Kids Be Kids
Pupils who have learning difficulties and disabilities may qualify for help (known as ‘access arrangements’) in public examinations. The most common arrangements are for extra time, or provision of a computer, or a person to read or write for the pupil (except for exams that specifically test these skills, such as English). There is a range of other possible arrangements for pupils with visual or hearing impairments, or other difficulties.
“Sometimes I feel I'm more stressed than the pupils are.”
Teachers tell all in the first of a new series of short films.