A-Levels: Check on your students before results day, parents told

evening-standard-standard-co-uk-logo-vector(Source: https://www.standard.co.uk/) Mental health experts have called on parents of A-Level students to look out for signs of anxiety in their children as results day approaches.

Medics suggested 18 year olds, who are the first generation to sit A-Levels without previously taking GCSEs, are experiencing more worry about their results than previous years.

It comes as 11 London hospitals that provide mental health services have launched a campaign to alert A-Level and GCSE students to where they can get mental health support early before they reach crisis point.

Students took exams for the first time since the pandemic this summer, and results, which are released on Thursday, are expected to be lower than last year’s as Ofqual cracks down on grade inflation.


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