Among the Ofqual grading 2021 advice, teachers are told not to let sympathy for their pupils affect the way they decide final grades. Continue reading Ofqual Grading 2021: Chair Tells Teacher to Grade GCSEs “Dispassionately”
Brand-new RSE resources are coming your way, courtesy of Beyond! In this blog, we outline what you can expect from Secondary RSE with Beyond. Continue reading New RSE Resources at Beyond
Following the cancellation of the 2021 GCSE exams teachers are responsible for deciding final grades. MPs warn about the risk of inconsistent, wild west grading that puts poorer pupils at an unfair disadvantage. Continue reading GCSEs 2021: MPs Fear Wild West Grading Fiasco
Now that we know the shape that the GCSE exams 2021 are going to take, Beyond is here to offer assistance to Secondary teachers! Here we make some suggestions of how you can use Beyond resources to aid the situation. Continue reading GCSE Exams 2021: Finding the Headspace to Offer Students Your Best
Near the start of the “new normal,” we wrote a requiem for coursework. Almost unbelievably, the time now feels ripe for a requiem to exams, in light of the GCSE exams being cancelled… Continue reading GCSE Exams Cancelled: Surviving Without an End-Point
It’s been easy to feel snowed under this term with teaching combined with masks, bubbles, open windows, social distancing, litres and litres of alcohol gel (if only it was drinkable…) and pupils randomly in and out of school. But at … Continue reading Staggered? Don’t Be.
The Beyond Science Team lift the lid on Physics Paper 1 revision, offering insights into Energy, Electricity, The Particle Model of Matter and Atomic Structure. Continue reading Physics Paper 1 Revision: Energy, Electricity, Particle Model of Matter & Atomic Structure
Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician who lived around 2500 years ago. He’s best remembered for the theorem that was named after him – Pythagoras’ Theorem! We’ll look at why it’s named after him later, but first, how do we use … Continue reading Pythagoras’ Theorem
“Who ever loved, that loved not at first sight?” Beyond English makes the case for binning the Bard from the GCSE English syllabus 2021. Continue reading GCSE English Syllabus 2021: Time to Bar the Bard?
Beyond explores whether the current situation makes a compelling argument for bringing back controlled assessments and GCSE coursework? Continue reading A Requiem for GCSE Coursework