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  1. Lorraine Sword

    The only problem with using just a teachers assessment is that they often get it wrong. When we went to the parent/teacher talk for A levels. The economics teacher insisted that my daughter wouldn’t be able to do it as her grades would not be good enough, he then asked what GCSE’s she managed to get, I said 12 all C and above. He was shocked and ot shows thay some children do get on the day.

  2. Yusuf Gokce

    I’ve been brought in as a Carer to my aunty who has self isolated with uncle due to being a high risk both my cousins are frontline doctors, I have a 4 year old , and they have asked me to care for there mums needs . Whilst they work in the NHS, I’ve been told I’m not allowed to send my son to nursery ? What can I do ? I’m volunteering so this bit paid work . Can you advise

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