I'm going to try an do this without ranting ...
The government can't decide what to do without education and that's ok for them, they're educated, yeah, kids are the future, but they won't be around to see it. The consequences of "parties" and head of parties at each other's throats about education are purely on the kids. In 1988, my dad took the first ever GCSE exam (he started year 10 in 1986), and now, 30 years from then, I shall be expected to do the same. Fortunately for my dad (and mum followed 2 years after), GCSEs seemed slightly easier than the old O levels. However, the new O levels are supposedly harder, and could actually affect my later life. All because a few men at the top can't agree.
Whoops, I think I ranted
Burniel | Great at theme park knowledge, not so great at designing signatures.