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Awarding GCSE and A-level grades in summer 2021: summary and factsheet
Understand how teacher-assessed grades will work for GCSEs, A-levels and VTQs this summer, including what evidence to use and how exam boards will support you. Share our factsheet with pupils and parents to reassure them about your school’s arrangements.
- What's happening and when?
- You must produce and submit a centre policy and summary between 12 and 30 April
- How should teachers grade pupils?
- The internal quality assurance process
- The external quality assurance process
- All pupils will have the right to appeal their grade
- Vocational and technical qualifications (VTQs), and other qualifications
- What about pupils who want to resit but didn't in autumn 2020?
- Share our factsheet with pupils and parents
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