Information Asymmetry and Options | Mr Whellan’s science

Despite Spring peering bleary-eyed from under its duvet before ducking back into the womb-like warmth and muttering ‘five more minutes’, time rolls on nonetheless. That means for students up and down the land it’s time to get those Options forms handed in.

I’ve spent a fair bit of time this year talking with Year 9 about their Option choices. The first step involved getting an idea of what (if anything) the students had in mind for their careers. It’s a really good exercise to try for a school – there are some great insights into the thinking of students and gives a practical chance to…

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