An academic selection test for primary school pupils in Northern Ireland has been cancelled to end weeks of uncertainty caused by coronavirus restrictions.
All GCSE, AS and A-level examinations in Northern Ireland have been cancelled due to the pandemic.
All scheduled GCSE and A-level examinations in Northern Ireland will be cancelled, Peter Weir has confirmed.
GCSE, AS and A-level schools examinations in Northern Ireland are not likely to go ahead this year, PA news agency understands.
Schools in Northern Ireland will deliver remote learning in the first week of the new term after a return to classrooms was delayed due to spiralling Covid-19 infection rates.
Sinn Fein has accused its powersharing partners of “dithering and delay” over action to stem the spread of the mutant strain of coronavirus.
Secondary school students in Northern Ireland will sit fewer exams next year and be subject to a more generous grading regime, the education minister has announced.
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