Collecting Exam Results Summer 2020
Update on BTEC grading
The awarding body have been reviewing the BTEC results for all BTEC qualifications. We are getting these updates on a daily basis and updating all of our systems accordingly with your new results. These are only provisional however until all results have been confirmed on Friday 28th August, when we would have all remaining results in for BTEC qualifications. We ask that you use the online systems to check your results from then. We will leave the systems online until Tuesday 2nd September, when we will then have to refresh these for the upcoming academic year so please do make sure you have checked and obtained your results before then.
Following an instruction from Pearson, we are not able to share any L1 or L2 BTEC results on 20th August 2020 in line with GCSE’s and other qualifications; as the awarding body are reviewing calculated grades for externally assessed units, following Ofqual’s announcement. We will update you as soon as we have more information. Apologies for any inconvenience this will cause. In the meantime please do proceed with enrolments with us and we will take into account additional qualifications and outcomes of any GCSE results to ensure that you are able to enrol onto the right course
Dear Students and Parents,
Many of you will have been watching and waiting to see how the A Level grades for this year were finally going to be awarded.
Ofqual have now made a significant and definitive announcement. Please click here.
Whilst we await further information as to how the award bodies will officially release the final results, we have decided to release the internally-derived Centre Assessed Grades where these are different to the grades issued last week.
You can access this new Statement of Results which, where applicable, will now factor in your A Level Centre Assessed Grades where these were higher than your Calculated Grades. You can do this by logging on to Moodle in the same way you accessed your results last Thursday.
I sincerely hope that either with the results you received last week or with these Centre Assessed Grades, you will be able to progress with your lives whether this is at university or an apprenticeship. All we can suggest, at this stage, to those of you still needing to finalise your university place, is that you contact the universities and use UCAS Clearing.
Kind regards and best wishes
Principal: Coulsdon Sixth Form College
Following the Government’s announcement on 11 August regarding the triple lock for A Level and GCSE results, the College is reliant on receiving guidance from Ofqual as to how this will operate in practice. However, Ofqual have told us that this information won’t be available until next week.
In the meantime, if you are concerned about your grade you should email firstname.lastname@example.org and state clearly if wish to sit the examinations in October or if you are considering appealing your grade. We will then contact you next week as soon as we have the details from Ofqual. If you wish to receive your Centre Assessed Grade to help you through clearing, you should email this request to email@example.com
However, we believe that many of you will be pleased with the results you get and consider that these are fair results. We hope that these grades enable you to progress, for example, to the university you have as first choice or an insurance offer or through clearing. UCAS provide support for those going through clearing but if you need help please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include a contact number. We will respond as soon as we are able to on a first-come, first-served basis.
Even if you haven’t considered this option so far, Croydon College has a number of HE courses and their Admissions Team would be delighted to talk to you. You can contact them by calling their Clearing Helpline on 020 8760 5994.
The following arrangements are being put in place for this summer exam results.
Release of Examination Results:
- Thursday 13 August – Level 3
GCE A Level, EPQ, BTEC L3
- Thursday 20 August – Level 2
GCSE, BTEC L2
Students will be able to view their results online by logging into Moodle from 8.00am on the appropriate release date. The College will not be open to students, as we continue to follow social distancing guidelines.
For instructions on how to access your results on Moodle please click here.
Certificates and/or Statement of Results will also be posted out to students’ home address after this.
For students wishing to go to university but needing to go through clearing should visit the clearing section UCAS website www.UCAS.com or use the UCAS helpline 0371 468 0468 and then contact the university directly. There is an excellent Clearing Guide for parents available here.
If any students need advice about UCAS and alternative options they can contact the Careers Team email@example.com
If any students have queries about their exam results, they must put this in writing in the first instance and email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wish to enquire about an appeal of grade – email by 28 August, 4pm
- Wish to enquire about sitting GCE & GCSE exams in Oct-Nov 20 – email by 4 September, 4pm
The Government have produced a useful Student Guide to post-16 qualifications results which can be found here
Information for schools
Croydon College Group offers a wide range of activities to provide support to schools, parents, carers and students with post-16 decisions. Through activities both at the college and onsite at local schools, the diverse range of courses on offer at Croydon College, Coulsdon Sixth Form College and Croydon University Centre is explored.
Information is provided on the various opportunities available for both vocational and academic pathways. This, combined with the wide range of apprenticeships, delivered by the World of Work team, provides an important resource for post-16 options.
Let’s work together:
Assemblies and Presentations
Delivered at your school and providing either a general overview of courses available or tailored specifically to the needs and interests of the student year group in attendance. Focus subjects could include apprenticeships, applying to universities, T Levels or sector-specific subjects.
Career Events & Options Evenings
Virtual or in-person we welcome the opportunity to support your events and engage with students and parents. Our team can also be available to attend application and interview workshops also GCSE results day.
Onsite Taster Sessions
Engaging and interactive sessions with specialist lecturers in areas including criminology, fashion and textiles, media studies, music performance, photography, science and much more. Sessions can be held on-site at our colleges or at your school. Please enquire about specific subjects.
Your students can tour our campuses, chat with members of the teams and explore our range of departments and facilities. Building your own tour, allows you to choose the areas your students are keen to view the most, and with a large course offering, this ensures they get the most out of their visit and enough time to ask any questions they may have.
The Programme can also help to support evidence of careers activity provision in relation to the Gatsby Benchmarks.
Croydon Colleges Group is always pleased to build strong relationships with local schools and sixth forms and produce a newsletter to keep schools and sixth forms up to date with the exciting work of School Partnership Programme
To discuss your requirements further or to be added to the mailing list, please contact: email@example.com or call 020 8686 5700 ext. 3676.
Get in touch
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Fax: 01737 551 282
Coulsdon Sixth Form College