With examinations cancelled for summer 2021, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the College will be providing Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) to examination boards based on specific gathered on students’ performance and competence. We have been so impressed with the work that students have produced and how they have conducted themselves in these unprecedented times. We are confident that students will have performed outstandingly when the results are issued. Examination grades will be issued to students on Tuesday, 10 August 2021 (A Levels, AS Levels and BTEC level 3 courses) and Thursday, 12 August 2021 (GCSEs, Level 2 Vocational courses).
Details of the process that the College has followed with respect to awarding TAGs can be found in our Centre Policy below.
Details of the Evidence used to support TAGs can be found in our evidence document below.
If students have any queries relating to the evidence or process used to support TAGs or wish to provide any relevant information to the College regarding the collection of evidence they must do so by Friday, 18 June 2021. Queries should be addressed to Annette Potts, Examinations Officer or emailed to [email protected]
Students are not able to make any appeal until they receive their results in August. Details of the appeals policy including the grounds for appeal can be found in our Appeals Policy below.
The Assessment Appeals Form can be downloaded below and must be returned to Annette Potts, Examinations Officer: [email protected]
Please note as a result of any appeal, student results could remain the same, go up or go down.