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End Of School Report

Volume 982: debated on Tuesday 1 April 1980

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51.

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will bring forward proposals for both an end of school report an an incentive to the child for those pupils who will be unable to sit the proposed new examination at 16 years of age.

I recognise that there is a case for introducing a form of appraisal for pupils for whom public examinations are not suitable. The Department is considering what action might usefully be taken at national level and any proposals will be made known as soon as possible.