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Comment on the work that we do by reading and responding to our consultations.
Thank you for taking the time to consider reading and responding to Ofqual’s consultation(s). A list of all our consultations that are open to responses can be found below. You can respond online using the form provided, by completing the form by hand or downloading a version that can be completed using a word processing program. Please feel free to respond to as few or as many questions as you wish.
The deadline for receipt of responses is 5pm on the closing date given for each consultation. Responses not submitted through the online platform can be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Consultations, Ofqual, Spring Place, Herald Avenue, Coventry CV5 6UB.
A list of all our consultations that are currently open for responses. You can read the consultation text and respond in a number of ways.
An archive of Ofqual’s consultations that are now closed to responses. You can still read the consultations and any related comments along with any official response we have posted.
Recently closed consultations:
- sue corcoran: I am not a teacher, but a grandparent of a 14 year old; and have become more alarmed by the many ...2013-06-03 23:17:28Speaking and Listening in GCSE English and English Language
- Hayley Greenwood: As a mother of a dyslexic child, who is at a high academic Grammar and is a A* pupil in all her s...2013-05-25 15:20:36Speaking and Listening in GCSE English and English Language
- Andrew Smith: Speaking and listening is an integral part of the English curriculum. People of the business worl...2013-05-24 15:02:18Speaking and Listening in GCSE English and English Language
- What are you thinking?: Its very simple. If it is of value, do not de-value it by removing it. I do wonder who sits awa...2013-05-24 11:33:52Speaking and Listening in GCSE English and English Language
- B Graham: I agree with the comments made above and hope that this proposal is not adopted.2013-05-23 17:52:13Speaking and Listening in GCSE English and English Language