Local St Albans director of Bright Young Things, Woody Webster has launched a new exam taking serviced called The Exam House. Woody, a fan of St Albans city goes on to say ‘Taking GCSE and A levels as a private candidate can be tricky. The Exam House has been launched to focus on giving pupils the opportunity to take GCSE and A level exams outside of schools and colleges.´
Woody aims for the exam house is to reduce overall costs for the less financially able pupils by the Exam House solely focussed on putting on the exams.
The Exam House will be based in Chesham but will serve pupils across St Albans and Hertfordshire.