Results Day 2021
The letter below outlines the arrangements for Results Day 2021 at OIEA and the appeals process for Teacher Assessed Grades. Please contact Mr. Forster – Vice Principal – if you have any questions regarding this.
Year 10 Mock Exams
The year 10 mock timetable can be accessed via the link below:
Teacher Assessed Grades
Between Tuesday 11th May and Wednesday 26th May, year 11 students will undertake their final formal assessments. These are very important as they are a key part of the evidence that we will use to decide the Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) for your child. Please see the letter below for further information.
Formal Assessments Schedule – May 2021
OIEA Policy on Teacher Assessed Grades
OIEA has followed the guidance from OAT and JCQ (The Joint Council for Qualifications) in developing our policy on the awarding of Teacher Assessed Grades. The fundamental aims of the policy are to ensure that students are awarded the grades that they deserve using assessments and procedures which are robust, consistent, fair and unbiased. All grades submitted by OIEA to the exam boards are evidence based. The exams boards will then sample the evidence provided by OIEA to quality assure our processes.
Summer 2020 Exam Certificates
GCSE Certificates are available for collection from school. You will need to arrange this through the Examinations Manager, Gaynor Smith, on 01159 303724 ext 276 or email [email protected] to arrange a convenient time to collect.
- These are important documents and must be signed for.
- If you are collecting on behalf of someone else you will need to bring a permission letter from them in order to do so.
- It is your responsibility to collect your certificates.
- School is required to retain certificates for a period of 12 months but it is in your own interest to collect them as soon as possible.
- You will be required to present original certificates at interviews.
- You must ensure that you look after your certificates very carefully as they are expensive to replace and obtaining a Statement of Results from examination boards is a time consuming process.