On Friday, September 12 we confirmed how grading will work when new GCSEs are awarded for the first time.
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Ofqual has today (Tuesday 19 August) set out its regulatory priorities for the next three years in its corporate plan. The plan, covering the period up to March 2017, details how the regulator will work to ensure the quality of qualifications and support the most worthwhile educational outcomes for students. Chief Regulator Glenys Stacey comments:… Read more »
On Thursday 24 July, we launched a consultation that covers the way vocational qualifications in England and Northern Ireland should be developed and regulated.
On Tuesday, July 15 we set out proposals for how a range of new GCSEs, AS and A levels, due to be taught in schools and colleges from September 2016, should be assessed.
We want to hear teachers’ views and experiences of the possible strategies used within schools to maximise students’ results.
On Wednesday 4th June we set out our proposals for completing GCSE and A level reform. We have launched a public consultation on our approach to the remaining subjects.
Ofqual, the examinations and qualifications regulator, is strengthening its work on assessment in education by appointing two highly respected experts to new senior roles. Dr Michelle Meadows took up the post of Director, Research and Evaluation, this week. She comes to Ofqual from the AQA exam board where she was the Director of AQA’s Centre… Read more »
We have today (Wednesday, April 9) confirmed assessment arrangements for a number of new GCSE, A level and AS qualifications that will be fairer for students, free teachers to teach and provide results that will instil greater confidence.
We have today (Thursday, 3rd April 2014) launched a conversation with the public on how standards should be set for new GCSEs.
An Ofqual spokesperson comments: “We have today written to all awarding organisations to set out our position on the redaction, or blacking out, of certain exam paper questions. This position has been supported by the relevant exam boards. “Having looked into the issue, we concluded that while the practice was very rare, it should not… Read more »