On Wednesday 6th January, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson announced that, in light of the summer 2021 GCSE examinations being cancelled, students would be awarded Centre Assessed Grades. After experiencing so much disruption in the last 12 months, it is only natural for students and parents to have questions about what these announcements mean and how these decisions are going to impact on them.
Whilst there is still much that we do not know, I hope the attached document helps provide some clarity of what ‘CAGs’ are, how student grades are likely to be calculated and what we advise students to do in order to ensure that they continue making progress through their GCSE courses.
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