Interesting times. Some children (and their teachers & parents) will feel mightily affronted that the culmination of all these years of work won't happen. Those online revision classes for year 11 aren't going to be well attended. Maybe though, we'll come up with better ways to determine progression for the next stage of education. It could be at the cost of some mightily unsuitable subject choices at post 16. Some universities seem to moving away from A levels as the passport to university entry. This may be good, but may be accompanied by finance departments trousering the £9000 from candidates who don't stand a chance. Will we end up with some universities reflecting that certain schools always send them good candidates (so sticking with them)? I am still mulling over what the ideas will mean. I don't know the answers to the questions, and there will be other questions that other heads will think of. How do others see it?