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Qualifications reform: resources for teachers

A pack of slides with information from Ofqual and the Department for Education that teachers can use to explain the reforms to parents.

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Qualifications reform: resources for teachers (slides and notes)

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Qualifications reform: resources for teachers (slides and notes)

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Qualifications reform: resources for teachers (slides only)

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This slide pack has been produced by Ofqual, in collaboration with the Department for Education.

The purpose of these slides, and accompanying notes, is to provide teachers with a single accurate source of information that can be used to communicate with students and parents on the changes that are happening to GCSEs, AS and A levels, and school and college performance measures.

Published 13 July 2016
Last updated 11 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated slides and notes to reflect second phase of reforms.
  2. Updated to include details of the double-award grading scale for the new GCSE combined science.
  3. Updated to reflect recent announcements.
  4. Updated to clarify AS level languages in 2018.
  5. First published.