CCEA Launches Consultation on the Proposed Post Results Service for Summer 2021
Today, Monday 10 May 2021, The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA), launched a consultation to gather feedback on the proposed CCEA Post Results Service for Summer 2021.
As a member of the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), CCEA has sought to align its post results service with that of JCQ. This ensures fairness and consistency for all learners taking GCSE and A levels, removes any potential for confusion and makes the process manageable for centres.
The 10-day consultation seeks views on the process, reasons why you might need to use the service and timeframes. It is open to anyone but is likely to be of most interest to:
- Students receiving results in August 2021;
- Parents or guardians of students;
- Centres awarding Centre Determined Grades in Summer 2021; and
- Other organisations or groups involved in Higher or Further Education.
You can provide feedback on the proposed CCEA Post Results Service for Summer 2021 here. It will be open for 10 days from today, Monday 10 May 2021 until midnight on Thursday 20 May 2021.
Further support and guidance on the alternative awarding arrangements for Summer 2021 can be viewed in CCEA’s dedicated Summer 2021 web area, to include a new short animation for students: Summer 2021 Student Guide: How GCSE, AS and A Level Qualifications Will Be Awarded in Summer 2021.