Assessment of England pupils sitting exams in 2022 likely to be adapted 

Assessments of pupils in England due to sit GCSE and A-level examinations in summer 2022 are likely to be adapted to take into account the disruption to their studies caused by the pandemic, MPs have been told. The measures would be similar to those prepared for exams this summer, before they were cancelled for the second year running, and show the government acknowledging the long-term consequences of Covid on later cohorts of pupils. The acting chief regulator of Ofqual, Simon Lebus, told MPs on the Commons education committee the process of recovering learning lost as a result of the the coronavirus pandemic was “going to take several years”.

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