Pupils will be able to collect their results in the morning, usually at around 10am.Those waiting can also sign up to receive an email as soon as their results have been revealed.DO you think you could pass your English Language GCSE if you went back to school this year? These 14 questions range from basic to very tricky - you'll only get them right if you really listened at school.
Animal Farm pack Designed for the English Literature GCSE specifications, this teaching pack will provide you with lesson ideas, discussion points and creative resources.
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2 exam skills pack Based on the themes of the sea, travel, money and the environment, AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2 – exam skills pack will give your students all the exam practice they need.
’ Essay writing pack Designed to support students with more formal styles of writing, this teaching pack is a ‘toolkit’ of creative classroom activities, genuine student exemplar essays and exclusive teaching resources for all aspects of writing an essay for your class novel, play text or reading unit.
Fix it writing - student handbook This photocopiable workbook includes activities and resources to accompany the teacher handbook, enabling students to improve and build on their core writing skills Fix it writing - teacher handbook Fix it writing has been designed to support English teachers, non-specialist teachers and teaching assistants in identifying and ‘fixing’ problems in students’ writing.
Schools will be able to see exam results on most examining boards' systems by August 21 but they are for headteachers and exam officers' eyes only.
Students received the new grading system for the first time in 2017, with more subjects being added in 2018.The good pass marks of B and C have been replaced by grades 4, 5 and 6. And at the lower end of the scale, the grades D, E, F and G will now be scored 1, 2 or 3. A 9 is the top grade and 1 is the lowest pass, with a fail still called a U.The top two marks of A and A* are roughly equivalent to a grade of 7, 8 or 9.However, some schools will pay for a teen to retake an exam. English Language resits will take place in November 2019. If your child wants to retake their English Language GCSE, you'll likely have to fork out. The cost depends on the exam board but they are usually around £35 per GCSE and it will be more expensive for those who require extra resources. So try to answer these tricky questions and see if you're worthy of an English Language GCSE qualification.Exams must be taken on the day and at the time shown on the timetable.