Appeals – *NEW*

GCSE Results Letter

JCQ Student Appeals Guide 2021

JCQ Appeals Guidance APPEAL FORM

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Candidate Confirmation Form

Letter from Mrs Ewing – April 2021

JCQ Guidance for Students, Parents and Guardians – Summer 2021

Ofqual Student Guide to Awarding: Summer 2021

TAG Evidence Overview

Revision

Revision Assembly

RE Revision

Timetables

Please use the links below to view and download the latest revision and assessment timetables

Click here to download the summer 2021 assessments timetable

Exam Regulations

The following documents provide information for candidates about the examinations

Information for Candidates – Coursework Assessments

Information for Candidates – Examinations/Assessments through the Internet

Information for Candidates – Non-examination Assessments 

Information for Candidates – On Screen Tests

Information for Candidates – Privacy Notice

Information for Candidates – Social Media

Information for Candidates – Written Exams

No Mobile Phone Poster

Warning to Candidates

Policies

Access Arrangements Policy

Candidate Absence Policy

Candidates Who Arrive Late to an Exam Policy

Centre Policy 2021

Complaints and Appeals Procedure

Data Protection Policy

DBS Policy and Guidance

Emergency Evacuation Policy

Equalities Policy

Exams Policy

Exams Archiving Policy

Exams Contingency Plan

Food and Drink in the Exam Room Policy

Internal Appeals Procedures

Leaving The Exam Room Temporarily Policy

Lockdown Policy

Malpractice Policy

Managing Behaviour in the Exam Room Policy

Non-examination Assessment Policy

Overnight Supervision Policy

Procedure for how the centre will deal with candidates’ requests for access to scripts, reviews of of results and appeals to awarding bodies

Procedures to verify the identity of all candidates at the time of the examination

Process to check the qualification of the centre

Separate Invigilation Policy

Special Consideration Policy

Word Processor Policy

Unique Learner Number (ULN)

What is a Unique Learner Number (ULN)?

When a student reaches Year 9 they are issued with a Unique Learner Number (ULN) which is used to register and make exam entries with awarding bodies. The ULN is designed to make individual achievements available to Learners (and to colleges and universities) at the Personal Learning Record (PLR) online

The ULN allows the PLR to be populated with verified achievements as Learners move through their lifelong educational journey. Using the ULN will help learners by: speeding up HE and FE applications and admissions, as well as making it possible for individuals to demonstrate qualifications to a potential employer.

This Privacy Notice explains how a student’s data will be shared:-

Privacy Notice for: pupils, students, learners and trainees

Some of the information you supply will be used by the Skills Funding Agency to fulfil its statutory functions, issue/verify your Unique Learner Number (ULN) and update/check your Personal Learning Record. The Skills Funding Agency may share your ULN and Personal Learning Record with other education related organisations, such as your careers service, school, college, university, Government Departments and public bodies responsible for funding your education. Further details of how your information is processed and shared can be found on the government website.

Information for Parents on the Reformed GCSEs

The following documents provide detailed information on the changes which are happening to GCSEs

Timeline of GCSE Reforms
DFE GCSE and A Level Reform for Parents

Examinations Results

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