Labour Party Conference: The Future of GCSES

27th September 2021 27/09/2021 17:30

At this year’s Labour conference, the Education Policy Institute is partnering with AQA to co-host an open fringe panel discussion: ‘The future of GCSEs’. 

The COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of exams for two years in a row has raised discussions about the future of examinations. The pandemic and disruption to learning presents a unique opportunity to reassess our approach to assessments to ensure that our young people have access to a system that best prepares them for higher education or employment in 2021. 

We are delighted to confirm a stellar line-up of panellists, including Natalie Perera, EPI; Colin Hughes, AQA; Peter Hyman, Big Education and Lucy Heller, Ark Schools.

** Note: This event will take place in the conference secure zone. To access the secure zone you will need to obtain a pass directly from the Labour Party.** 

 

       

SPEAKERS
Labour Party Conference: The Future of GCSES
Natalie Perera
Chief Executive, Education Policy Institute
Labour Party Conference: The Future of GCSES
Colin Hughes
Chief Executive, AQA
Labour Party Conference: The Future of GCSES
Peter Hyman
Co Director, Big Education and Co Founder, School 21
Labour Party Conference: The Future of GCSES
Lucy Heller
Chief Executive, Ark Schools