English GCSE in FE Colleges

Young people who have failed their English GCSE at school now have to try it again at the age of 17 and, if that doesn’t work, at the age of 18. It is a very challenging requirement for many students and colleges. Find out how we helped one college tackle the issue successfully in this piece from the TES.

 

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