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The NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union has called for lessons to be learnt following the U-urn by the Welsh Government on the grading of A-levels and GCSEs this year.

NASUWT General Secretary Dr Patrick Roach, said:

“Young people have faced an enormous amount of uncertainty and anxiety as a result of the Welsh Government’s handling of this summer’s qualification awards.

“The problems that have been left to unfold over recent days have impacted not only on those young people who were receiving their awards this year, but also the confidence of the thousands of pupils who are now preparing for examinations next year.

“Urgent lessons need to be learned about how to secure a more resilient qualifications system for the future that will give confidence to pupils, parents and teachers, and recognise fairly the achievements of all students.”

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