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Exams Week

  This week is the start of exams for many of our children and we want to wish all parents and children the very best in all the subjects that the children take. We pray for abundant wisdom, understanding, remembrance

GCSE Exams Marking System – Changes Planned

The Exams board, OCR is to designate 10 groups of schools as exam marking centres from September 2014. In each school, senior staff will set aside a designated room for teachers to mark papers, with time set aside in the

Pupils who ‘fail’ English or maths GCSEs will be forced to stay on at school and resit their exams

#GCSE #Maths #English #students Under new radical changes taking place from this month, students who do not get at least a C grade in English and Maths at GCSEs will be made to stay on and resit them. Points to

Diane Abbott MP’s 10th London Schools and the Black Child Conference

PBUP was represented and attended Diane Abbott MP’s 10th London Schools and the Black Child Conference on Saturday 1st June. It was an eye opening conference which started in session 1 with contributions from great individuals such as Professor David

GCSE and A Level Timetables

Parents, do you know the examining boards that covers each of your child’s subjects in this upcoming GCSEs and A Level exams? These boards (sometimes called awarding bodies) are responsible for setting and rewarding secondary education qualifications such as GCSEs,

Preparing for your GCSEs and A levels

Written by; Phinnah Ikeji Is it difficult to study for? What is it like sitting and take one of these exams? Is it possible to really do well on these exams? First of all, take a deep breath and slowly