News 2011

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

CCEA's 2010/2011 Customer Survey

Computer-Based Assessment - update for Primary School Principals

Celebrating Excellence

True Colours debuts at Ulster Museum

Pupils celebrate their STEM Heroes

Qualifications Can Cross Boundaries

Interim Report - Inquiry into Exam Errors Summer 2011

CCEA’s Online Results Service a worldwide hit

Regulators publish report into the introduction of controlled assessment

Congratulations 2011 Top Candidates!

STEM Heroes project launched online!

Regulators publish research into the use of statistics in the awarding of A levels

CCEA Internal Investigation into Examination Paper Errors

CCEA's Director of Qualifications visits Belfast Boys' Model School on A Level results day

Best wishes to students

Examination errors - reassurance for students waiting for GCE and GCSE results

CCEA qualifications - no increase in charges for the coming year

Issue of Examination Results – June Examinations Series 2011

Update on Examinations Issues

Web Maintenance

Quest for Learning' resources reach far afield

A Window On Special

Home Economics events highlight nutrition issues

CCEA Statement on Examination Issues

Comic books bring STEM heroes to life

Special Educational Needs Conference

Recognition of Employer Training

BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition secures further 3 year sponsorship from BT

Worldskills 2011 – Get involved!

ALL GCSE Science Specifications Accredited

Higher Education Scholarships 2011

GCSE Biology and Double Award Science Specifications Accredited

GCSE Science Specifications Accredited

January 2011 Results Helpline

Publication of Ofqual Reports - Letter to Schools

CCEA Chairman, David McKee

Examinations advice regarding mobile phones

CCEA Examinations during severe weather conditions and periods of disruption

 

 

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