Private school parents foot the bill for kids' exams that were axed

Private school parents face bills of hundreds of pounds for their children's GCSEs and A-levels - even though the exams were axed Exam boards in England are still charging schools the full fees This is  despite the fact teachers will assess pupils' work and that the services of 60,000 examiners will not be needed While state schools absorb cost of exams, private schools pass on fees to parents

By Julie Henry For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 02:10 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 08:46 BST, 2 May 2021

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Private school parents are facing bills of hundreds of pounds for their children's GCSEs and A-levels – even though the exams for this summer have been scrapped.

Exam boards in England are still charging schools the full fees

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