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It is reasonable to assume that students who are well supported and industrious will take advantage of the situation to finesse their answers in advance. And of course your school will want to ensure, notwithstanding the practices of other schools in your sector, that your pupils are preparing as well as possible.
You may therefore be asking:
‘Should we tell our pupils the exam materials will be made public in advance?’
‘If they submit a practice paper, are we able to mark it and give feedback, knowing that it could end up being an exam question?’
Should we tell our pupils the exam materials will be made public in advance?
It is likely your school will already have a wealth of experience of managing parent and student complaints as a result of Centre Assessed Grades in 2020. There will be lessons learnt from that experience which will hopefully help your school manage disputes this year. These might include:
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