How qualifications will be awarded in 2021
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM OFQUAL:
Student guide to post-16 qualifications results Summer 2020
A guide for those receiving qualification results in England this summer:
Latest from Ofqual - GOV.UK
GCSE EXAM RESULTS 20th August 2020
All GCSE examination results will be emailed out to students by 12pm on the 20th August 2020. There will be no collection from The Ashwood Academy. Please ensure that you have access to your Ashwood email account. A hard copy of the results will be posted out on the 20th August, first class. If you have any queries with this, please speak to your mentor.
Covid-19 (Corona Virus)
Up to date information regarding the awarding of GCSE grades 2020
How GCSE Grades will be awarded: https://youtu.be/VXuDOrtJY1Q
30.03.2020 @ 14.52 - Year 11's ONLY
I hope you are all keeping safe and well. I am sure this is an anxious time for you, including your child.
This is the latest update we have received from Ofqual regarding the grading of examinations:
We are rapidly working up plans to implement the arrangements the Secretary of State for Education has set out for exams this summer and, with exam boards and teaching bodies, are making considerable progress.
Students understandably want reassurance, and teachers urgently need to know what to do, and when. We expect to publish detailed information about the process and timetable which will apply this summer next week. This will include the steps we would like teachers to follow and more detailed guidance on how to consider the full range of evidence they will have available when submitting their assessment grades. We are talking to teaching representatives to make sure that what we are planning is manageable and appropriate, so that students, parents, carers and teachers can have confidence in the approach.
We will outline by Easter the process we will follow to make sure grades are fair across schools and colleges, as well as our proposals for appeals. We will also say more as soon as possible about the arrangements for additional exams in the new academic year.
We want to reassure students waiting for news that we are doing everything we can to make sure they are not disadvantaged by these unprecedented circumstances.
We are expecting more updates towards the end of this week. As soon as we have the information we will of course share it with you all.
The Ashwood Academy