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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 consultations@ofqual.gov.uk or by post to Consultations, Ofqual, Spring Place, Herald Avenue, Coventry CV5 6UB.

Open consultations

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.

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  • Pip Shaw: I read and agree with so many of the above points made by colleagues and peers. What I feel contr...2014-11-02 11:12:08Developing new GCSEs, A levels and AS qualifications for first teaching in 2016 − Part 2
  • Alison Wade: I have to agree with John, however I have heard that in D&T the students will have to study 2...2014-11-02 08:09:12Developing new GCSEs, A levels and AS qualifications for first teaching in 2016 − Part 2



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