Thu, 19 May 2022

Newsletter sign-up

Subscribe now
The House Live All
Accelerating human-relevant innovation will benefit both people and animals Partner content
By Animal Free Research UK
By Lord Triesman
Press releases

NASUWT comments ahead of the publication of GCSE results


1 min read Partner content

Commenting ahead of the publication of GCSE results tomorrow, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers' union, said:

“Tomorrow's GCSE results will be the culmination of an immense amount of hard work by pupils and their teachers.

“Sadly, all of the hard work and success will be subsumed in the political game playing in which the examination system is now embroiled.

“The fact that GCSEs are challenging and demanding qualifications is buried in an avalanche of politically motivated, false claims of grade inflation, dumbing-down and easy options.

“The reality for young people and teachers is that the Coalition Government's endless interference with, and denigration of, the qualifications system is causing uncertainty and anxiety and dashing hopes, aspirations and life chances.

“Young people and our public education service deserve better.”

Engineering a Better World

The Engineering a Better World podcast series from The House magazine and the IET is back for series two! New host Jonn Elledge discusses with parliamentarians and industry experts how technology and engineering can provide policy solutions to our changing world.

NEW SERIES - Listen now

Partner content
Connecting Communities

Connecting Communities is an initiative aimed at empowering and strengthening community ties across the UK. Launched in partnership with The National Lottery, it aims to promote dialogue and support Parliamentarians working to nurture a more connected society.

Find out more