Covid 19 : Information Relating To Qualifications Exams And Grades
Updates: This guidance has been updated to reflect the announcement by the Prime Minister that the government’s 5 tests have been met and the decision, based on all the evidence, to move forward with wider opening of education and childcare settings
We completely understand that the last few weeks have been unsettling and you are anxious about the cancellation of exams this summer. Ofqual, our regulator, has just announced how your grades will be calculated for GCSE, AS Level, A Level and EPQ this summer 2020. You can read more details on the Ofqual website.
Since the Secretary of State for Education announced that the 2020 exam series in England would be cancelled to help fight the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have worked at speed to develop a process which fairly recognises students’ work and makes sure they get their grades in time to progress
GCSE, AS & A Level Students Grades This Summer Updating You On The Latest Ofqual Information And Guidance
We’re here to help students to progress with grades they can be proud of, despite these very challenging times. To support student progression, we’ll be using a process set out by our regulator Ofqual today
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a range of exams and assessments in vocational and technical qualifications being cancelled as result of schools, colleges and training providers closing. We have set out our proposals for awarding other general, vocational and technical qualifications in Summer 2020 and are now consulting on what we have outlined.
Calculated results for qualifications used for progression to higher and further education. Arrangements for other qualifications to be issued after Easter.