Category: ‘SIEVEMK Learning Centre News’

Cambridge Technicals in Sport and Physical Activity (2016)

Updates for Level 2 and Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Sport and Physical Activity. Source: OCR

Oct, 02, 2018

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VTQs and Functional Skills are viewed positively

Vocational/Technical Qualifications and Functional Skills are predominantly viewed positively. Source: OCR

Sep, 28, 2018

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Cambridge Nationals: Changes to resit rules for externally examined units

We have decided to take the opportunity to make the ‘resit rule’ consistent across the Cambridge Nationals suite. Source: OCR

Sep, 28, 2018

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GCSE AS and A Level Design and Technology

Forms for the non-examination assessments have been updated, and the specifications have been amended to add clarity. Source: OCR

Sep, 27, 2018

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Anatomy and Physiology: Why is it necessary?

In order to care well, Health and Social Care workers need to understand how the human body works and how disease can impact on a person’s ability to live well. Source: OCR

Sep, 25, 2018

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GCSE (9-1) Computer Science Programming Project update

The Programming Project tasks are available to download from the Assessment section of the qualification web pages. These are valid for the June 2019 and June 2020 series. Source: OCR

Sep, 24, 2018

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Star students receive OCR bursaries for Cambridge University

Five fabulous students from the West Midlands, who are the first in their families to go to university, are heading off to Cambridge, with the help of a bursary from OCR. Source: OCR

Sep, 20, 2018

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Level 3 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social Care (2016)

Supplementary information available for Unit 4. Source: OCR

Sep, 20, 2018

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New T Level panels announced

The DfE has revealed the membership of nine new T Level panels. Source: OCR

Sep, 19, 2018

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Speech: HMCI commentary: curriculum and the new education inspection framework

What do we understand to be the real substance of education? That was the question I posed nearly a year ago, in a commentary on the initial findings of our research into the primary and secondary school curriculum. I argued that the vast, accumulated wealth of human knowledge, and what we choose to pass on […] Read more

Sep, 18, 2018

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