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Headteacher at Bourne Grammar School defends decision for mock resits after pupil breached computer network to access mark schemes



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A headteacher has explained his decision to force pupils to retake examinations after mock papers and mark schemes were compromised.

On Wednesday (January 12), headteacher of Bourne Grammar School, Alastair Anderson, was notified that some of the Year 13 mock examination papers had been compromised.

The school immediately launched an investigation into the incident.



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