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T Level April Update

8 April 2024

Please find the latest T Level newsletter link and other useful  information about our T Level in Digital Production Design and Development

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Cisco Resources

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We have worked with Cisco and their Networking Academy on teaching resources for Python and other programming languages used in the Occupational Specialism. It's completely free to sign up and become a Cisco Networking Academy centre.

Access the resources and find out more at the Cisco Networking Academy

Gatsby Resources

Gatsby have been working on resources for the Digital T Level that will support teaching and learning. These have been created by industry experts like Raspberry Pi and our own examiners to support you in class. They will be rolled out starting this term.

Keep an eye on the Gatsby Website

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T Level Conferences

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Get the inside track on T Levels – best practice and guidance. The conferences run from 09:00 to 15:00 and cover; Funding, Industry Placements, Transition Year and Post 16 Reform. There will be a Q & A expert panel and more. Please register for more information at one the two venues below:

Register for Wakefield College on 2nd July, Margaret Street, Wakefield, WF1 2DH

Register for South Essex College on 4th July, Thurrock Campus, High Street, RM17 6TF 

There are separate summer and autumn versions for the Core component to reflect the recent decoupling.

Curriculum planner - Core component

Option 1 (May exams)

Option 2 (November exams)

Curriculum planner - Occupational speciist component

Occupational speciist component

If you have feedback on the resources, please take the time to complete this short survey.

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The T Level team have provided another monthly update

T Level April 2024 Update

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The T Level Archive of newsleters can be very useful

T Level Update Archive

If you would like anything to sign up to recieve these updates by email please sign up.

Sign up for Updates

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A Partial Achievement is where a student completes their industrial placement and passes either the Core or Occupational Specialism components but not both. 

Does the Student get a Grade or Certificate? 

No, the student doesn’t get a certificate but gets a Partial Pass on their statement of results 

So what do they get? 

They get UCAS points based upon the grade they achieve in the component they passed

The tables here show the UCAS points that go with the result for a grade in either Core or Occupational Specialism the final column, where possible,  is an approximate A level equivalent 

Core Grade UCAS Points A Level Equivalent
A* 84 C D D (note this is actually 80 pts)
A 72 D D D
B 60 D E E (note this is actually 56pts)
C 48 E E E
D 36 C (note C is actually 32pts)
E 24 D
Occupational Specialism Grade UCAS Points A Level Equivalent
Distinction 84 C D D (note this is actually 80 pts)
Merit 60 D E E (note this is actually 56pts)
Pass 48 E E E

Our Q&A Networks can be booked via our T Level Live Training page.

T Level Live Training Page

If you would like anything specific to be covered or have questions, then please ask in the Facebook Group or contact me directly.

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