GCSE Results Update
As you will have read and heard over the past two weeks there have been several questions regarding the awarding of GCSE grades this summer.
On Monday 17th August, Ofqual announced that they will award grades on the basis of what teachers submitted.
We will be emailing all GCSE results to learners on Thursday 20th August, the grade given will represent the highest grade awarded by the extraordinary assessment processes put in place to award grades this summer.
If you require a copy of your exam result transcript, or are unsure of your next steps, please email email@example.com and our dedicated team will be able to help. Our experienced tutors and careers advisors are also on hand this evening at our online open event. You can register up until 4.30 pm on Thursday 20th August here.
Information in relation to appeals due to the current unprecedented situation will be published soon, please keep an eye on our website for any further updates and for contact information should you have any questions or queries.
Whether you have applied to university, are continuing at college, or entering employment we wish you the best of luck for the future.
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