Exam Info The following has been taken from the UK Government’s website.:
Students who miss ALL exams in one subject:
If a student misses all GCSE or A level assessments in a subject due to sickness related to coronavirus (COVID-19), or the need to self-isolate and is unable to access the special consideration process, they will be eligible to sit a single contingency paper. This will take place between 28 June to 16 July 2021 and timetabled to allow at least a 10-day gap after each subject’s final paper in the main series. Work has started on writing this timetable.
We (the government) are working with Ofqual to agree with exam boards what papers will be made available for each specific qualification. In most cases, we expect one contingency paper will be provided per GCSE and A level subject as well as for AS maths and further maths. We are reviewing whether there will be contingency papers in subjects that include non-examined assessment.
Due to this, it is advised that holidays are not booked until at least 17th July 2021.
Further guidance can be found here:Introduction. On 12 October 2020, the Secretary of State for Education announced that all exams across England will go ahead in the summer of 2021.www.gov.uk
We will keep this page updated as soon as we have more information.
Pearson, the Exam Board previously known as Edexcel, has some great resources to support learning at home across a range of subjects at both Primary and Secondary level.
This is their link:
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