City Academy has determined grades in accordance with the JCQ guidance and has submitted these grades to the relevant awarding organisation by the required deadline. The evidence used to determine these grades was shared with students in a 1:1 meeting with a Senior leader in June.
To support your understanding, please refer to Student guide to awarding: summer 2021 which tells you how you will get your qualifications in summer 2021 and where you can get more information.
Please read the following information below that we have previously issued regarding the appeals process and the grounds for appeal. It is important candidates know the impact of an appeal (including that this could lead to a grade being lowered or raised:
If you still wish to submit an appeal this will first be a Stage 1 Centre review. You first need to complete:
This needs to be returned via email to [email protected]. This should be as soon as possible but no later than the deadline of Friday 3rd September.
We will aim to respond with an outcome within 48 hours, but no later than 12:00pm on Friday 10th September.
Informing candidates of their centre assessed marks
Centres have for many years been required to have a written internal appeals procedure relating to internal assessment decisions.
As part of this procedure, candidates must be told the mark given by their centre for a centre assessed component/unit. This applies to legacy and new GCSE qualifications, and Project qualifications. Click here for further info.
For further details please refer to the JCQ Appeal Booklet – Click here.
For information regarding Post-Results services: