The Labour Party is inviting all students currently in Years 11 or 13 to attend a Zoom call to hear about how exam disruption has affected your school experience this year.
Labour’s education team wants to hear from any students who were due to sit their GCSEs, BTECs, A-levels or VTQs this summer. Labour want to know how you feel about having your school exams replaced with centre assessed grades, provided by your teachers.
Statement from the Labour Party:
“We’d like to hear how the process has worked for you, from what work has been used to assess your grades, to what mocks you’ve done this year, to what you want to see happen on results day. “
To join the discussion, click here and sign-up to receive a Zoom link to join the call, which will be led by Kate Green MP, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, and Peter Kyle MP, Labour’s Shadow Schools Minister. The call will take place on Wednesday 23 June, 4 – 5pm.