Ofqual, oo ah laanta qaabilsan kormeerada imtixaanada, iyo hey’aadka dejiya imtixaanaadka ayaa ku heshiiyey in sanadkan macallimiinta bixiyaan dhibcaha caruurta imtixaanaadkoodii la baajiyey. Macallimiinta ayaa dhibcaha bixin doona iyagoo qiimeynaya dadaalka ardayga, dhibcaha uu heli karay qayaas ahaan, imtixaanaadkii ama shaqadii fasalka lagu dhex sameyn jiray iyo sida waxbarashadiisii aheyd sanadahii tegay. Wakiillada Jaamcadaha ayaa ayagana sheegay in sanadkan jaamacadaha ay muujin doonaan dabacsanaan ayagoo xeyrinaya duruufaha jira.
Ofqual ayaa daabici doonta hab-raac guud oo ay isticmaalaan macallimiinta si loo xaqiijiyo in arday kastaa u helo dhibco uu qanci karo. Ardayda waxey dhibcahooda heli doonaan dhamaadka July. Ardayda aan ku qancsaneyn qiimeynta la siiyey, dowlada waxey diyaarineysaa imtixaanaad qofkii doona uu qaadan karo biloowga sanad dugsiyeedka 2020-21; waa hadii iskuulaadka furmaan. Waxey sidoo kale ardayda sanadkan dib u qaadan karaan imtixaanka sanadka dambe ee 2021.
Wasiirka waxbarashada ayaa yidhi “Muhiimadda ugu weyn ee dowlada waa inaan ardayna ku adkaanin u gudbidda heerka xiga ee nolosha sida jaamcad, tababar-shaqo (apprenticeship) ama shaqo.” Dowlada sanadkan ma daabici doonto qiimeynta sanadlaha ah ee lagu sameyn jiray iskuulada.
Waxii soo kordha xilliga ugu macquulsan ayaan idin la wadaagi doonaa
Announcement Regarding GCSEs And A-Levels
On Friday 20th March, the government made the announcement that all educational settings are closed to everyone “except the children of critical workers and vulnerable children”, due to the Corona Virus outbreak. Understandably many parents will be worried about what this will mean for their children, so below we have broken down the information we have so far.
1. Students will receive a calculated gradewhich will include a range of evidence such as non-exam assessment and mock results and this will be standardised between schools and colleges. Ofqual (the independent qualifications regulator) is working urgently with the exam boards to set out proposals for how this process will work and will be talking to teachers’ representatives before finalising an approach, to ensure that the approach taken is as fair as possible.
2. Students are not being awarded their predicted grades. Ofqual, will develop a fair and robust process that takes into account a broad range of evidence, including teacher assessment and prior attainment including mock results
3. Pupils who do not feel their calculated grade reflects their performance will have the opportunity to sit an exam, as soon as is reasonably possible after schools and colleges open again. Students will also have the option to sit their exams in summer 2021.
4. The calculated grades awarded will be formal grades, with the same status as grades awarded in any other year. University representatives have already confirmed that they expect universities to be flexible and do all they can to support students and ensure they can progress to higher education.
5. The grades awarded to students will have equal validity to the grades awarded in other years and should be treated in this way by universities, colleges and employers.
6. Students who do not feel their calculated grade reflects their performance, will have the opportunity to sit an exam, as soon as is reasonably possible after the beginning of the academic year. While it cannot be guaranteed in every circumstance, Universities UK has assured us that the majority of universities will show the utmost flexibility to ensure that such students who take this option are able to begin their course with a delayed start time.