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GCSE Baccalaureate

Discussion in 'Personal' started by RKM, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. RKM

    RKM

    What do people know and think about this qualification?
     
  2. There is no way that every pupil will achieve the 6 compulsory subjects and I don't think that's what's intended; look at how many get the three core subjects at C or above now. I mentioned on another thread that my children had to do the core subjects, a language, a humanities subject, a design subject and then chose three other options. Their school are already doing what the EBac will require.
     
  3. Wow! That is a lot if options. It wouldn't fit at my school. When I was at school I had 1free option.
     

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