Why won’t schools re­lease exam re­sults in­for­ma­tion?

Hinckley Times - - LETTERS -

FOL­LOW­ING my daugh­ters move into year 10, I feel that its im­por­tant to make the best de­ci­sions re­gard­ing her ed­u­ca­tion re­gard­ing GCSEs.

How­ever this now seems to have come to more of lucky dip than an in­formed choice.

I re­cently con­tacted her school in Hinck­ley, to es­tab­lish the suc­cess of their GCSE re­sults only to find my­self com­pletely left in the dark on the mat­ter.

As a par­ent in the lo­cal com­mu­nity and want­ing the best chance for my daugh­ter to gain her GCSEs to al­low her to move on to col­lege. Should this kind of in­for- ma­tion be read­ily avail­able for parents to make these kind of choices for our chil­dren?

Is this not a lack of free­dom of in­for­ma­tion on the school’s part? This does not seem a very trans­par­ent way to op­er­ate a lo­cal school funded by the tax payer ?

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