Examination Information and Timetables
Support for Exam Results Summer 2021
DfE has published a number of blogs on its Education Hub to provide students and their parents and carers with additional information, and to signpost to support available:
- How does the 1-9 GCSE grading system work?
- What you need to know about grades in 2021
- I didn’t get the grades I need – what do I do now?
- Grade Appeals: What can I do if I think my grade is wrong?
The Anna Freud Centre is offering free online workshops to parents and carers whose children have received exam results in August. These sessions apply particularly to parents and carers who:
- are worried about their child’s reaction to their results, and want time to reflect and work out how best to continue supporting them
- have ongoing concerns about the wellbeing of their child and are aware that new strategies may be required
- feel that their child managed results week well, but want help in continuing to support them in the next stage of their education
The live sessions will be available online from Monday 16 August to Thursday 19 August, with two sessions per day at 12.30pm and 4.30pm. They will be run by Anna Freud Centre experts who have a background in both education and mental health support, giving some top tips on how best to support children and the opportunity to ask questions. Parents and carers can find out more and book onto the sessions here.
OFQUAL Student Guide to awarding in Summer 2021
GCSEs, AS and A levels, vocational, technical and other general qualifications
Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
Oxford Health Mental Health Support Team
For help with managing wellbeing during exam results: