• Sixth form colleges cry foul over standardisation as principals report problems with A-level results

    The body representing sixth form colleges has demanded action after the vast majority of principals reported lower-than-expected A-level grades following this year’s moderation process. The Sixth Form Colleges Association fears its members have been disproportionately impacted by problems with the system which replaced exams this year, with almost half of principals reporting that overall, their

    7.00 Aug. 13th, 2020 | News

  • Exclusive: Sixth form college performance fell 8% points, Ofsted expected to say

    Sixth-form colleges have been driven to “tipping point” through repeated funding cuts, the body that represents them has said, after FE Week exposed a sharp drop in top Ofsted grades. Our exclusive analysis, using the same methodology as Ofsted’s own annual report, has shown an eight-point fall in those with a grade one or two

    18.33 Nov. 8th, 2017 | News