Cut to psychology GCSE 'is a huge disappointment'
Concern has been raised that psychology GCSE will not be available to Welsh medium education students next year.
Wales' main exam body, the WJEC, decided last year to stop offering the course in either English or Welsh due to a low uptake.
Regulating body Qualifications Wales invited other exam boards from England to provide the course but did not insist it was available in Welsh.
It said curriculum reforms may present an opportunity for further changes.
Teacher Chris Evans, who established a psychology department at Ysgol Morgan Llwyd in Wrexham, described it as a huge disappointment.
10 Mar 2017
- From the section Wales