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Despite the confusion and uncertainty around grades, many students are celebrating their success.

Ofqual has set out details for schools, colleges, students, parents & carers on how GCSEs and A levels will be awarded following the cancellation of this year's exams.

Find everything you need to now on their website: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/gcses-as-and-a-level-awarding-summer-2020

We are still awaiting information from our vocational awarding body.

An A level student at Derby College Group’s Joseph Wright Centre has won a top award in a national science competition.

Three Derby College Group Art and Design students have been awarded bursaries from Arts Society Derby to support their move into Higher Education.

Derby College Group’s annual Peak Awards was a double celebration this year. As well as students from colleges across the group receiving awards in recognition of their hard work and achievements, DCG marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of the historic Roundhouse.

Media and Politics students from Derby College have been given rare behind the scenes access to BBC’s ‘Question Time’ which was filmed at the iconic Roundhouse.

Politics students at Derby College Group’s Joseph Wright post-16 Academic and Arts college recently spent the day at the House of Commons as part of a Parliament Education Service programme.

The achievements of students at Derby College Group’s, Joseph Wright Centre have been officially recognised at a celebration evening.

A-level students at Derby College's Joseph Wright Centre have won a clutch of awards in the British Olympiad competitions for Maths and Sciences.

Thirteen students have been presented with awards for Maths, Chemistry or Biology having completed papers in the subjects set by national bodies. They completed the timed exams at the College which were then marked and submitted for verification.

Derby College is celebrating an increase in the number of students achieving higher grades (A* to B) in the first A level results published since the major curriculum re-structure.

A record 30% of A level students at the Joseph Wright sixth form centre gained the higher grades and the overall pass rate was just over 96%. Points per entry has also increased to 27.5 compared with 23.7 last year.

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