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On 4 January 2021, the Government announced that it was no longer fair for the Summer 2021 examination series for GCSE, A/AS Level, Project Qualifications and Advanced Extension Award in maths to go ahead due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Instead exam boards have asked exam centres, including Bishop Perowne, to generate teacher assessed grades (TAGs) for their students for each subject. These TAGs are based on a range of evidence completed as part of the course, including evidence produced in more recent months, which demonstrates the student's performance on the subject content they were taught.
Below we have provided a number of documents relating to our implementation of the TAGS, including our policy, communications given to students and parents/carers, and the JCQ and Ofqual guidance for parents/carers and students.
|Centre Policy for determining TAGs||Available to view here as a PDF Document|
|JCQ Guidance for Students, Parents and Carers||Available to view here as a PDF Document|
|Ofqual Guidance for Students||Available to view here as a PDF Document|
|Letter sent to parents/carers and students on 31st March 2021||Available to view here as a PDF Document|
|FAQ sent to parents/carers and students on 31st March 2021||Available to view here as a PDF Document|
|Year 11 Examination Schedule for Internal Assessments||Available to view here as a PDF Document|