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As part of implementing our new Regulatory Strategy, we have decided (following consultation) to lift our general accreditation requirement. An awarding organisation will have to check the quality of each qualification it offers before it enters it onto our Register: Ofqual will no longer check the qualification at that point. There will be two exceptions… Read more »
Ofqual has today (Tuesday 23rd September) published the findings of its annual survey on Perceptions of A Levels, GCSEs and Other Qualifications in England. The fieldwork for this survey – Wave 12, was conducted by YouGov. The study was carried out using an online survey and respondents included headteachers, teachers, students, parents and the general public…. Read more »
The Secretary of State for Education seeks to appoint a Board Member with particular experience of vocational education in Northern Ireland. Ofqual regulates qualifications and assessments in England and vocational qualifications in Northern Ireland. It ensures high standards and public confidence in the qualifications system. In recent years its remit has expanded to ensure that… Read more »
This RO letter explains and contains the link to the web based questionnaire for the annual data audit.
During the week of 8th September we will be carrying out an audit of the data sources we use to produce our statistical reports.
This letter is about us removing the need to accredit certain vocational qualifications at Key Stage 4 and 5.
In this letter, we confirm that a new General Condition and Statutory Guidance relating to endorsement of resources have come into force.
We also confirm that we have published new editions of the General Conditions of Recognition and accompanying Statutory Guidance which include these new provisions.
In this letter, we confirm the approach an Awarding Organisation should take when it discovers it has issued an incorrect result to a student.