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Pearson BTEC grades interim update

Updated: 22.08.22

Pearson BTEC grades interim update

The Sheffield College is continuing to work with the national awarding body Pearson to ensure that students who have not received their BTEC grades do so as soon as possible.

Anita Straffon, Deputy Chief Executive and Deputy Principal, The Sheffield College, said: “Regrettably, there continues to be a delay affecting some of our vocational students who are waiting to receive their BTEC results.

“We understand how upsetting this is for students and their families at an already stressful time. We deeply regret the upset that this situation, affecting a number of colleges nationally, is causing.

“We are continuing to work closely with Pearson to ensure that students receive their results. Once we have the confirmed grades, we will send them to students as soon as possible.”

If you are waiting for confirmed results in connection with a university place, we would strongly advise that you contact the university directly if you have not already done so.

The universities have confirmed they need to speak to students directly in order to support them. Any students who have queries about this process can contact our careers team.

Our careers team is also available to discuss options for those students who may not have yet decided on their next steps. Please email CEIAG@sheffcol.ac.uk.

 

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