Head of sixth form says they'd help students
An all-Island sixth form, and contextual university offers are under the spotlight following students on Island receiving their A-Level results.
It's the first time they've sat a traditional examinations since the Covid-19 pandemic.
Grades as a whole are down this year in comparison to the pandemic years which saw teaching staff grading students from within their own schools, but up on 2019.
Speaking on the Mannin Line, Head of Sixth Form at Ballakermeen High School Richard Karran says he would be in favour of trying something new: