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Two Enniskillen Catholic grammar schools abandon test for 2020/21

Two Enniskillen Catholic grammar schools abandon test for 2020/21

Two Catholic grammar schools in Enniskillen have become the latest to abandon the use of transfer tests results to select pupils for 2021 the BBC has reported.
Mount Lourdes Grammar and St Michael's College said they had taken the decision "in light of the current circumstances."
Both schools who would normally use results from the GL Assessment test.

A joint statement released by the schools said "The Boards of Governors and Principals of Mount Lourdes Grammar School and St. Michael's College have agreed, in light of the current circumstances, and for one year only, that neither school will use outcomes from the GL Entrance Assessment as part of their admissions criteria for the academic year 2021-22."
"Pupils applying to these schools will not be required to provide a GL Entrance Assessment result."

Both schools will temporarily amend their admissions criteria for the 2021-22 academic year accordingly.

Full BBC Article