A-Level & GCSE Appeals Webinar
Key legal issues arising from results day for parents, students, schools and teachers
With the disruption to the job market caused by COVID-19, strong academic results are even more important and people with higher grades will be more competitive.
This is essential viewing for parents and students where expected or required grades haven't been achieved affecting continuing education, job prospects and future earnings.
It will also benefit teachers and schools which will gain valuable insight into the appeals process and their role.
In particular the webinar will cover:
- Teacher Assessed Grades
- The Appeals Process
- Potential Legal Challenges
- Practical Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid
Interested in a particular area? Find the answer easily without watching the whole webinar (times are approx)
1. Minutes 0 - 1:00. Intro
2. Minutes 1 - 2:00. What to do if the grade you get isn't the grade you were expecting?
3. Minutes 2 - 3:00. How the grades have been decided
4. Minutes 3 - 3:40. 1st stage review
5. Minutes 3:40 - 4:40. Can you challenge the school for academic judgement & next steps
6. Minutes 4:40 - 6:20. Do the parents bring the appeal to the exam board?
7. Minutes 6:20 - 7:40. How do schools manage the appeal process?
8. Minutes 7:40 - 9:00. Why would parents make a subject access request?
9. Minutes 9 - 10:00. If parents make a subject access request are they entitled to receive everything on file?
10. Minutes 10 - 11:20. Can the grades go down as well as up when an appeal is requested?
11. Minutes 11:20 - 12:00. What is the autumn exam series?
12. Minutes 12 - 12:40. Resources to help with exam results issues
13. Minutes 12:40 - 14:00. Is it the end of the process when you've heard back from the exam board?
14. Minutes 14:00 - 16:45. For children with special educational needs, what differences are there in the process?
15. Minutes 16:45 - 17:50. Are there an other routes available for people with special educational needs to raise their issues?
16. Minutes 17:50 - 19:00. Is there a time limit on parents for bringing a complaint to the tribunal?
17. Minutes 19:00 - 20:00. Practical tips for parents
18. Minutes 20:00 - 21:00. Practical tips for schools
19. Minutes 21:00 - 22:31. Key Takeaways
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