As you will be aware, the Depute First Minister has announced that this year’s SQA exams will not now go ahead. Firstly, and most importantly, please do not worry – we want the best for all of our pupils. We will do everything we can to ensure no Senior Phase pupil is disadvantaged, and the Scottish Government, and the SQA will be working with us on this. We understand that this is an uncertain time for everyone but we will keep you up-to-date with any new information as soon as we have it.
You can read the latest updates from the SQA on their website.
- Will pupils’ achievements this year be recognised?
- What happens if a pupil did not complete the coursework for a subject?
- Can a pupil still complete and submit coursework to the SQA online with their teacher?
- Why should a pupil continue to complete online tasks set by a teacher when the school cannot submit any work to the SQA for marking?
- Will I receive certification for achievements this year?
- How do teachers decide on an estimate grade?
- A pupil has produced work at home – can that contribute to the estimate grade?
- Does a disappointing prelim grade automatically mean a poor estimate grade?
- Can a teacher tell a pupil what grade they are going to get in a subject?
- Can a pupil find out what their final grade will be before 4 August?
- Other commonly asked questions