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Most exams in England will take place next year with three-week delay

Gavin Williamson confirms GCSE and A-level dates with schools given extra teaching time

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Next year’s exams are to go ahead in England, but most will be delayed for three weeks to allow schools additional teaching time, the government has said.

The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, confirmed GCSEs and A-levels would be held in the summer, with small curriculum adjustments already outlined by the qualifications regulator Ofqual.

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