Ofqual and the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) have published their guidance for appeals in 2021.
There will be a two-stage appeals process, as follows:
- Stage One – Centre Review (this must be completed before moving to Stage Two)
- Stage Two – Awarding Organisation Appeal.
Students will be able to request a centre review, and once that has been concluded may proceed to an awarding organisation appeal (if they wish to).
We are yet to confirm any associated fees regarding our appeals services. We will keep you updated as soon as this information is confirmed and available.
For more information please see our Appeals summer 2021 webpage, and overview video.
DCC students demonstrated their artistic talent during our period of enforced closure, the video below showcases some of the great work they have completed during Lockdown. Enjoy the inspiring, engaging and inspirational work of DCC students.
As you will be aware, on Monday 22nd February 2021 the Prime Minister announced to the nation that from 8th March 2021 ‘pupils and students in all schools and further education settings can safely return to face-to-face teaching’ and that ‘school attendance will be mandatory for all pupils, with secondary schools and colleges able to phase return over the week of 8th March to allow students to be offered testing on return’. The testing of students in college continues to progress well and we are now at the stage where we are ready to move from testing in college to home testing.
If you gave consent for your child to take part in the COVID-19 testing currently taking place in College then no further action is needed, your child will receive their first batch of home testing kits this week when they receive their third and final test in College.
If you did not give consent for your child to take part in the COVID-19 testing taking place in College then you may still opt-in to home testing for your child. Please read the attached letter outlining our approach to home testing in more detail and the attached COVID-19 testing privacy statement detailing the data we will need to collect from you and how it will be treated. If after reading these documents you wish to opt-in to home testing for your child/children then please complete the Consent form for opting-in to Home testing for your child/children before Friday the 19th of March, 2021.
If you choose to opt-in to home testing for your child, they will receive their first batch of home testing kits in the week commencing Monday, the 22nd of March, 2021.
Below you will find some responses to frequently asked questions, additional information, and the letter sent home about home testing if these do not answer any query you may have then please feel free to contact Mr Nixon.
Letter to Parents and Carers (Testing)
Some frequently asked questions about home testing
Testing yourself for Coronavirus Pupils & Parents Guide to the Rapid Lateral Flow Test
A guide to regular testing for parents with children at nurseries, schools and colleges
In order to help you prepare for your Options here is a Timetable of preparation events.
Denton Community College is able to help you gain additional data for your child mobile device in order to help with the implementation of Home Learning.
You may be eligible for this offer. Please follow the link below to apply for additional data.
GMFRS will this year continue its annual campaign to reduce the impact of Halloween and Bonfire night by undertaking its role in the Treacle Partnership. However given the ongoing situation regarding transmission of Covid 19 within the community in general, it has been decided that direct visits will not be undertaken with schools this, to minimise the potential effects on our workforce and the potential for our staff to act as a transmission pathway into schools.
Please click on the picture to take you to the Safe4Autumn website