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Ofqual Exams

NATRE remain in conversation with OFQUAL about approaches for grading examinations. In a joint meeting of subject associations the information below was shared. We will continue to email them with queries.

Consultation outcomes on revised approaches for Summer 2020 grades for GCSE, AS and A level, Extended Project Qualifications and Advanced Extension Award in maths

We have published a statement, analysis and decisions in response to our consultation on exceptional arrangements for awarding GCSEs, AS, A levels, Extended Project Qualification and Advanced Extension Award in maths. We have also published an infographic on the process for awarding GCSEs, AS and A levels summer 2020 and updated our information for students and schools and colleges films.

We have also updated our Guidance for teachers, students, parents and carers document and Information for Heads of Centre, Heads of Department and teachers on the submission of Centre assessment grades document.

Consultation outcomes on the assessment and grading of vocational, technical and other general qualifications

We have also published the consultation decisions on the assessment and grading of vocational, technical and other general qualifications.

Consultation on an additional GCSE, AS and A level exam series in autumn 2020

We have launched our autumn series consultation today and the closing date will be 8 June 2020 at 11.45pm. Please do let your members and networks know so that they can share their views with us if they wish to.

We are keen to hear from anyone with a view, and anticipate that we will receive a high volume of responses. It is essential that we are able to take all responses into account, and that we do this quickly and efficiently so that we can announce our decisions, and provide further detail and clarity for those affected, as soon as possible. With this in mind, we ask that all responses are made through the online survey platform.

It is also essential that survey respondents complete the initial information about who they are, and that they complete and submit the survey. Even if responses are not provided for all questions, respondents should ensure they do press submit as we will not be able to take account of incomplete responses.

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