This page holds key information for students and parents regarding the 2021 grading process, and will be updated with further information as it becomes available.
Summary of key points:
Please click below to access to sheets showing the assessments in each subject which will be used as evidence in determining student grades this summer:
Final grades will be released by exam boards and sent electronically to students on the following days:
A-level / AS / L3 BTEC: Tuesday 10th August 2021
GCSE / L1&2 BTEC: Thursday 12th August 2021
Staff will available to provide advice, guidance and support following results [more details to follow].
Please click here for a guide for students and parents, produced by JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications)
Please click here for our centre policy. This outlines procedures that have been put in place to ensure that grading is fair.
As of 30th April the following procedures are still out for national consultation: appeals
Update from Ofqual, 5th May 2021:
Any student who receives a teacher-assessed grade (TAG) this summer, or who an exam board reasonably believes would have entered for the exams in summer 2021 had they taken place, can take the corresponding GCSE, AS and A level exams in autumn 2021. In addition, any student who was aged at least 16 on 31 August 2021 can take the GCSE English language and maths exams, as is usually the case