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June 2022

AQA plants a tree in Guildford for ‘The Queen’s Green Canopy’

We’ve planted a tree for ‘The Queen’s Green Canopy’ to celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.

What was education like when the Queen ascended to the throne in 1952?

For Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, AQA looks back on what education and exams were like in 1952.

May 2022

Recognising the diversity of the people in the story of science

Our Curriculum Manager for Science, Adrian Wise, gives us an insight into what the team is doing to ensure our qualifications are inclusive and recognise the diversity of the people who are part of the story of science.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)

This Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), we want to share our approach to digital content accessibility and highlight some of the work going on across AQA.

Religious Studies: diversity and inclusion in the study of beliefs and worldviews

Our Head of Curriculum for Religious Studies, Esther Zarifi, talks about the work her team has been doing, and reflects on what equality, diversity and inclusion means for the study of beliefs and worldviews.

Subject content and exam arrangements announced for summer 2023

The Department for Education (DfE) and Ofqual have confirmed the arrangements for subject content in GCSE, AS and A-levels and non-exam assessment (NEA) in qualifications taking place in the academic year 2022 to 2023.

Mental health awareness week: helping students manage stress and keep calm

With exams just about to start we wanted to share some tips to help our students manage stress and keep calm.

AQA's exam and revision tips with The Student Room return!

Exams are back and so are our helpful revision and exam tips, updated for summer 2022.

March 2022

AQA Unlocking Potential students enter the ‘Dragons’ Den’

AQA Unlocking Potential students travelled to our Guildford and Manchester offices to pitch their social action project ideas to our very own ‘Dragons’ Den’.

AQA report says evidence gaps are holding back debate on the EBacc

A massive gap in evidence is preventing the kind of debate on the future of the EBacc that students deserve, a new AQA report argues.