Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

The Chartered College of Teaching recently polled members on the publication of exam guidance and the impact on the most disadvantaged students. Dr Jo Saxton, Ofqual Chief Regulator, reflects on the poll and shares insights for teachers and leaders ahead… Continue Reading Exams and guidance – Ofqual answer member questions

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated grading guidance

The Chartered College of Teaching has raised its concerns following updates to the guidance covering grades this year. Ofqual has confirmed details on submitting grades and evidence for this year’s GCSE, AS and A level grades from the 28th May.… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on updated grading guidance

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on publication of JCQ assessment guidance

The Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teachers, has commented on the publication of guidance by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) for awarding GCSE and A-Level grades. This follows exams being cancelled in 2021. “It has been… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on publication of JCQ assessment guidance

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government assessment decision

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the Government’s plans for assessment being announced. The Chartered College submitted member views as part of the Ofqual consultation which included concerns around the fairness of proposals, additional workload asks and potential… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on Government assessment decision

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TEACHERS SPLIT ON OFQUAL PROPOSALS AND CITE FAIRNESS, WORKLOAD AND BLAME AS KEY CONCERNS

Chartered College of Teaching member poll finds 41% agree with consultation proposals, while 41% disagree Members raise concerns around the fairness of proposals, additional workload asks and potential blame from media, government and parents Teachers are split on Ofqual’s proposed… Continue Reading TEACHERS SPLIT ON OFQUAL PROPOSALS AND CITE FAIRNESS, WORKLOAD AND BLAME AS KEY CONCERNS

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on exam results U-Turn

The Chartered College of Teaching has commented on the announcement by Ofqual that it will “switch to centre assessment grades” for A-Levels and for the upcoming GCSE results. Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching,… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on exam results U-Turn

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