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Edmund Rice College, Glengormley

CCEA Determined Grades Guidance

Congratulations to all our students who received A’ Level and GCSE results this summer. In what has been a very challenging year for everyone, we are extremely proud of their achievements. Well done to all our pupils on their amazing results! We wish all our school leavers every success in their future endeavours and for those who will return to Edmund Rice College to commence their Post 16 studies, we look forward to continuing on that journey with you.

Similar to previous years, there will be a process for students who would like a review of their results. This is called the Post- Results Service and provides an opportunity if an error is made for that to be rectified.

Please read the Post Results Service Policy which is attached to this email carefully and if you wish to lodge an appeal, please complete the stage 1 submission form SECTION A ONLY attached and return to<> by Friday 3rd September 2021. If you wish to appeal a grade, where a place at a higher education institution is on hold, please complete the stage 1 submission form by Monday 16th August 2021. As per the attached policy, this allows a review at Stage 1 [internal] and potential review by CCEA to be completed by their timescales. At Stage 1, ERC will undertake a review to determine if there has been an administrative or procedural error. If this isn’t the case, students can ask for CCEA to look at the evidence completed by the pupil for their grade to be awarded at Stage 2.

If you ask for a centre review of a grade (stage 1) or ask for an appeal to be submitted to CCEA (stage 2) there are three possible outcomes:
1) The original grade stays the same.
2) The original grade goes up, so the final grade may be higher than the original grade you received.
3) The original grade goes down, so your final grade may be lower than the original grade you received.

If you require any further information, please visit where you will find our key policies or contact the school office.

Well done again to all our pupils.

Kind regards,

Paul Berne