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CCEA has launched a Wellbeing Hub to support children’s and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing. The Hub is being developed in collaboration with the Departments of Education and Health, the Public Health Agency, the Health and Social Care Board, and the Education Authority (EA).
Earlier this year, as schools closed for most pupils, CCEA and key stakeholders worked in collaboration to support The Department of Education with an initiative called the ‘Supporting Learning’ project. The overall aim of the project was to provide parents and teachers with support to ensure children could continue to learn at home.
Following Ofqual’s initial consultation on the approach to delivery and assessment of qualifications for 2020-21, a follow up consultation has been launched on the 7th September including seeking views on statutory guidance on adaptation to assessment.
CCEA has today launched a public consultation on the proposed changes to CCEA GCSE, AS and A level qualifications due to be assessed in Summer 2021. The proposals are in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the loss of direct teaching contact time for GCSE and GCE students.
As announced earlier this week, by the Education Minister, AS and A level students were to be awarded the higher of the centre assessment grades submitted by their school or college or the grade calculated by CCEA. Today over 24,000 students across Northern Ireland received their revised AS and A level results.
Today CCEA, has published the grounds for appeal for AS level, A level, and GCSEs, following the announcement by the Education Minister earlier this week.