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Cambridge Nationals were launched in 2012 and designed specifically for students aged 14–16. They're industry-relevant, geared to key sector requirements and very popular with schools and colleges because they suit such a broad range of learning styles and abilities and are an excellent start for vocational study and enable progression to Level 3 qualifications such as our Cambridge Technicals.
Cambridge Nationals are equivalent in size to GCSE and are included on the Key Stage 4 performance tables.
Following a recent decision from Ofqual, we will not be redeveloping the GCSE in Child Development, and therefore the last exam for the GCSE will be June 2018.
To fill the gap, we have developed Level 1/2 Cambridge National Certificate in Child Development which closely follows the format of the GCSE and is the same size at 120GLH.
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