Earlier this month we posted out an individual assessment plan to all students due to sit exams and assessments this year. This plan detailed the assessments which would be used for the purpose of awarding a Teacher Assessed Grade (TAG). These assessments are well underway and we continue to be impressed with the effort and commitment of students in demonstrating their learning and progress at this challenging time.
We must remind you that we are unable to discuss final Teacher Assessed Grades with students, parents or carers. TAGs will be released on results days in August. For Level 3 qualifications, results will be released on Tuesday 10 August and for Level 2 qualifications, including GCSEs, results will be released on Thursday 12 August. Students will be eligible to appeal a TAG, details of which are included in the guidance below.
This Qualification Teacher Assessed Grade (Q-TAG) will be based on a points score gathered from the units students have been taught over the past wo years of their course. These points will be converted into an overall grade.
The unit point scores will be based on the evidence available from all of the student’s work on each unit and will take into account any adaptation guidance from the awarding body which relates to the disruption to their study over the two years.
If you have any questions or require any further information, please contact the Sixth Form on 0114 262 5757 or email email@example.com
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