Examination results for Summer 2021...
As you would have heard in the news, this year’s summer exam series, including A levels, GCSEs and other qualifications, were cancelled as we helped fight to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The Government’s priority in terms of examinations was to ensure affected students can move on as planned to the next stage of their lives, including going into employment, starting university, college or sixth form courses, or an apprenticeship in the autumn.
The main focus was to ensure GCSE/A and AS level students are awarded a grade which fairly reflects the work that they have put in. Ofqual and exam boards worked closely to develop a process called Teacher Assessment Grades (TAG's). This is where teachers, who know their students well, submit grades instead of the student sitting an examination. To produce TAG's, teachers took into account a range of evidence and data including performance on mock exams and non-exam assessment.
GCSE results were released to students on 12th August 2021. We are very pleased to announce that all our 2021 learners did extremely well and we are very proud of them all. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavours and hope that they keep in touch, to inform us of their progress.
National Contingency Day 2021
Unlike any other year, for 2021 there will be no National Contingency Day.
General Exam Information
More information on this can be found on Ofquals website or page 5 of the Examinations Policy.
- Examinations Policy
- Complaints Policy and Procedure
- JCQ Information for Candidates Written Exams
- JCQ No Mobile Phones
- JCQ Warning for Candidates
- JCQ Social Media Information for Candidates
- JCQ Post Results Service