Our proposals on the design, delivery, awarding and maintenance of standards of Digital Functional Skills Qualifications.
Updating our rules and guidance for GCSE, AS, A level and Project qualifications.
Consultation on Ofqual’s approach to regulating Basic Digital Skills Qualifications.
A consultation on planned changes to our Conditions, to apply the increase in Guided Learning for reformed Functional Skills qualifications
Consultation on awarding organisation controls around centre assessment judgements.
This consultation is about how the programming skills of students taking GCSE computer science should be assessed.
Consultation on changes to the Ofqual Exam Procedures Review Service (EPRS)
Changes to our rules for GCSEs, AS and A levels in music and dance.
Consultation on rules and guidance for Technical Qualifications
Ofqual's first consultation on the new Technical Qualifications which form a part of the government’s T Level study programme.
Consultation on conditions, guidance and requirements for Ofqual-regulated apprenticeship end point assessments (EPAs).
This document sets out our approach to the Growth Duty.
Conditions and guidance on teacher involvement in the development of confidential assessment materials for qualifications in England.
Outcome of our consultation on draft rules and guidance for functional skills qualifications in English and mathematics.
Changes to A levels mean we need to alter some of our rules for AEAs.
We're seeking views on guidance on maintaining confidentiality of assessment materials, including the conduct of specified training events.
Ofqual consults on teacher involvement in the development of confidential assessment materials.
Ofqual consults on changes to non-exam assessment for GCSE computer science.
A consultation on our approach to regulating reformed functional skills qualifications in English and maths.
Ofqual proposes changes to the regulatory framework for national assessments.
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