Summer Results Information

BTEC results

Year 10 and 11 Btec and Cambridge National students: We have not yet received confirmation from Pearson of the exact date when Btec results will be sent to the academy. As soon as we know we will send a text message to confirm the date and once we have the results we will email them to each student's Gmail directly. We still anticipate that we will receive the Cambridge National results tomorrow (25th August). If you have any queries please send them to

Cambridge National

Results for Creative iMedia will not be released by the exam board until Tuesday 25 August. A member of staff will call all Creative iMedia students to discuss their Centre Assessed Grade for this course on Thursday 20th August. When the official grades are released by the exam board on Tuesday, these will be emailed to students. No grade should be lower than the Centre Assessed Grade.

The following letter was emailed to parents on 17th July to provide information regarding the receiving of this years exam results.

Update on BTEC grading: BTEC Level 3 Nationals (2010 QCF and 2016 RQF), BTEC Level 1/2 Tech Awards, BTEC Level 2 Technicals and BTEC 1/2 Firsts

19 August 2020

Dear Colleague,

Following Ofqual’s announcement that A Level and GCSE students are to receive Centre Assessment Grades, we have reviewed the impact on BTEC students and taken on board feedback from teachers, schools and colleges. Following our review and your feedback we have decided to apply Ofqual’s principles for students receiving BTECs this summer.

This means we will now be regrading all the following BTECs – BTEC Level 3 Nationals (2010 QCF and 2016 RQF), BTEC Level 1/2 Tech Awards, BTEC Level 2 Technicals and BTEC Level 1/2 Firsts.

BTEC qualification results have been generally consistent with teacher and learner expectations, but we have become concerned about unfairness in relation to what are now significantly higher outcomes for GCSE and A Levels.

Although we generally accepted Centre Assessment Grades for internal (i.e. coursework) units, we subsequently calculated the grades for the examined units using historical performance data with a view of maintaining overall outcomes over time. Our review will remove these calculated grades and apply consistency across teacher assessed internal grades and examined grades that students were unable to sit.

We will work urgently with you to reissue these grades and will update you as soon as we possibly can. We want to reassure students that no grades will go down as part of this review.

We appreciate this will cause additional uncertainty for students and we are sorry about this. Our priority is to ensure fair outcomes for BTEC students in relation to A Levels and GCSEs and that no BTEC student is disadvantaged.

Therefore, we ask schools and colleges not to issue any BTEC L1 and L2 results tomorrow as these will be reviewed and where appropriate, regraded.

We will share more information as soon as we can. Please contact us if you have any questions. We thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.

Best wishes,

Cindy Rampersaud
Senior Vice-President
BTEC & Apprenticeships