Daily roundup: GCSE marking fiasco, NSPCC guidance on sexual abuse, and safeguarding UK children abroad

Neil Puffett
Friday, November 2, 2012

Over-generous coursework marks blamed for GCSE grades fiasco, new guidance on sexual abuse from the NSPCC, and UK court rulings on children to be upheld abroad, all in the news today.

Ofqual said teachers had been "over-generous" in marking coursework. Image: NTI
Ofqual said teachers had been "over-generous" in marking coursework. Image: NTI

Register now to continue reading

Thank you for visiting Children & Young People Now and making use of our archive of more than 60,000 expert features, topics hubs, case studies and policy updates. Why not register today and enjoy the following great benefits:

  • Free access to 4 subscriber-only articles per month
  • Unlimited access to news and opinion
  • Email newsletter providing advice and guidance across the sector
Register Now

CYP Now Digital membership

  • Policy and research analysis
  • Evidence-based case studies
  • Leadership advice
  • Legal updates
  • Local area spotlights

From £15 / month

Subscribe

CYP Now Magazine

  • Policy and research analysis
  • Evidence-based case studies
  • Leadership advice and interviews
  • Legal updates

From £12 / month

Subscribe