A-level results are in for Leeds students

Around 4,300 Leeds pupils received their A level results after a challenging and unprecedented academic year. On 18 March, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced that GCSE and A-level exams would be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, schools were asked to produce Centre Assessed Grades for their students.  These are the most…

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Leeds City Council statement on re-opening primary schools

Councillor Jonathan Pryor, Leeds City Council executive member for learning, skills, employment and equality said: “Last week, the Government declared which year group cohorts (Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6) can return to school from June 1 at the earliest, joining those pupils who have been eligible to attend school throughout the past…

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Leeds and Kirklees Council partnership working

Leeds City Council Children’s services have been asked to enter into a formal ‘Improvement Partnership’ with Kirklees Council. On the recommendation of Eleanor Brazil, the Children’s Commissioner for Kirklees, Leeds City Council has been approached by the Department for Education to pilot a new model of support with Kirklees. Kirklees children’s services is currently…

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