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Check out how GCSEs and A levels will be marked in summer 2020 - information from Ofqual, the government's qualifications regulator. *A level results will be available on Thursday 13 August and GCSE results will come out on Thursday 20 August as planned. - 17 April 2020
See also Ofqual video on how qualifications will be assessed - 20 April 2020

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  • Askham Bryan College - updated 25 June2020*
    Still accepting applications for the next academic year. Face to face interviews will be replaced by telephone or Skype calls. Any students or parents/carers who are concerned about their next steps can contact the college via apply - the college is still accepting applications
    *The college is holding a three day applicant event:
    - Tuesday 14 July - is an introduction to the campuses
    - Wednesday 15 or Thursday 16 July - individual courses - check the date/time for your course or apprenticeship
    Students can find out about the course content and the campus teams - from the reception and grounds staff, through to your course manager and learning support team. It aims to give you a feel for your course and where you will be studying. The event will take place via Zoom webinars, so there is no need to book, just go to the What’s On page to join
    Before attending the Zoom sessions you should check out the Find out More page to see individual course guides, course/support overview presentations and go on a virtual tour.
    For any other information, contact Callum Goodwin, the student recruitment coordinator E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or T: 01904 772 236, and he will reply and where appropriate, include any guides of interest to you.
    Students interested in the University Centre offer, should visit the university website and look out for the new Facebook pageUniversity Centre Virtual Open Event will take place on Wednesday 20 May to Friday 22 May, 1pm to 4pm. Anyone interested must book online and will receive a schedule with all of the Zoom links for the Q&As. The University Centre offers degree programmes in equine, arboriculture and horticulture, agriculture, animal management and science, companion animal management, veterinary nursing, wildlife and conservation , zoo and wildlife, sport. The university prospectus and a range of presentations are available W:
    The college is also developing pre-enrolment activities for students starting in September.

  • Batley Girls High School
    Interviews were conducted early on, so most students now have their offers. Any late applicants will be contacted by email.

  • Bradford College - updated 23 June 2020
    The college is still processing new applications and sending offers by email.  You can find out more at the next Bradford College is LIVE - about the subjects you are interested in and talk to tutors - Wednesday 15 July (postponed from 1 July)- keep checking the website for details.
    All enrolments will be held online. There are a number of essential online tasks that you will need to do, so that you can begin your enrolment. If you have already applied, you should have received emails, texts and calls to keep you informed about your application and the next steps. If any details have changed since applying it is important that you contact the admissions team to update your records, including up-to-date email, phone and address details, so that you receive any updates and instructions to enrol. The college will be sending emails and texts to share important information, login details and the enrolment process over the next few weeks and months, so make sure you add This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to your email contacts list and check your spam and junk filters and folders to ensure you don't miss any messages. If you are due to start on a course in September, enrolments will be on the college website, from June onwards (for people with unconditional offers only). If your offer is dependent on exam results or assessment grades, online enrolment will take place following results day in August. You can also contact the admissions team on T: 01274 088088 (option 3) or by emailing during normal office hours which are Monday to Thursday, 8:30am to 5pm and Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    There is a weekly newsletter to inform students, schools and careers services of updates, to be added to the mailing list E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Bradford New College - 31 March 2020
    The college is in the process of arranging telephone interviews with applicants, these are likely to begin around the end of April. The college will usually contact all prospective students via email or mobile with any new information/updates.
    The application deadline was the 1 March 2020, applications received after this date will be considered a late application and in the event of the college being oversubscribed in August, priority will be given to students who applied before the deadline, unless exceptional circumstance apply.

  • Brighouse Sixth Form - 26 March 2020
    External applicants will have a telephone interview starting in the next three or four weeks. You will be asked to send in your predicted grades.
    Late applicants – link will reopen on the website and late applicants will receive a telephone interview. Also see the Brighouse sixth form applications link
    Applicants who receive an offer must respond by the deadline otherwise their place cannot be guaranteed.
    Brighouse will apply its oversubscription criteria if needed on each course and support you with a new offer.
    T: 01484 406390
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  • Brooksbank Sixth Form
    Year 11 applicants will be sent a letter offering them a place on either Level 2 or Level 3 courses, based on predicted grades/attendance/attitude to learning. Late applications will be considered and a Sixth Form application form can be downloaded from the school website and posted to the school.

  • Burnley College - 1 April 2020
    The college is holding telephone interviews with applicants and will contact students with an allotted time.
    Still accepting applications – apply online (priority given to application submitted before the 31 March).
    *Offers will be sent via email, with a guide attached as to how you can accept the offer you have received.
    Live Facebook and Instagram sessions @burnleycollege
    E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    T: 01282 733322

  • Calderdale College updated  *18 June and **17 June 2020
    The college is still accepting applications, apply online only. Interviews will be held remotely. Students will be contacted directly by the admissions team with details, including date, time and method. The college will be making conditional offers, based on applicants meeting the course entry requirements. Currently the college expects enrolment to be 20 August but any changes to this will be notified. The marketing team is supporting students with relevant course information to educate, inform and reassure them.
    The following courses will NOT be running in 2020/21
    - Level 2 Outdoor Education
    - Level 3 Outdoor Education
    - Level 2 Public Services
    Anyone who had been offered a place to start in September 2020 on one of the above courses will be contacted by the college. You can also contact C&K Chat to discuss what else is available, see below.
    **Hello College and Experience Day virtual event for Year 10 and Y11 students, these include videos, presentations and interactive online activities, masterclasses and demonstrations, and Q&As:
    - Science and health industries - Monday 29 June
    - Creative, digital and enterprise - Tueasday 30 June
    - Construction and technology - Wednesday 1 July
    - Employability and life skills - Wednesday 1 July
    - University Centre - Thursday 2 July
    - Apprenticeships - Wednesday 8 July
    If you have applied and accepted your offer you should have received your VIP invitation to Hello College events. Other Y10 and Y11 students can register to join at Year 10 Experience days in college, planned for the end of June have been cancelled and replaced with the above.
    E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    T: ‎01422 399367 for advice and guidance

  • Keighley College - 6 April 2020
    Still accepting applications - apply online. For enquiries about applications and offers, contact the college via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Kirklees College - 7 April 2020
    Over 500 offers have been sent, based on predicted grades and references. 
    The college has removed it’s application deadline, so students can still apply. Applications are being processed remotely but anything posted to college in the last few weeks will not have been picked up, email applications to check, if you are concerned. Apply online.
    Most subject areas are offering students conditional places based on their predicted grades and reference. Some students will have a telephone interview. Where this is needed, the applications team will work with students to arrange a suitable time. Please make sure you have given the college an accurate email address and contact number, so the college can get in touch while it is currently closed.
    Update for students applying to do a foundation course: The college will be sending students a 'conditional' offer of a place within the foundation department but not on a specific course. Staff feel the best way to determine the right course for an individual will be by students completing an initial assessment at enrolment and then an induction period in the foundation department at the start of term.
    Students with an EHC plan will not get a conditional offer until the college has completed the consultation process for that student with the relevant local authority. If the student is applying for courses outside of the college's foundation department, curriculum teams, where applicable, will contact applicants to discuss any reasonable adjustments that may need to take place while on the course. The applications team will liaise with applicants to arrange this.
    Anyone advising a student should not contact the college subject/curriculum teams but use This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - for more complex students, ask for the email be sent on to Sally Rawson, Head of Student Recruitment. Messages will be dealt with quickly and by the appropriate person. At the minute the college can’t guarantee all messages are getting picked up that go direct to tutors.
    For the latest news and answers to FAQs (frequently asked questions), see also

  • Leeds Arts University6 May2020
    Still taking applications for the Level 3 Extended Diploma and Foundation Art Diploma courses - apply online. Once your application form has been looked at by a member of staff, you will receive an email asking you to send in a digital portfolio of your work with a deadline of two weeks, so keep checking your emails. Your work will then be assessed, along with the probability that your predicted grades will meet the the minimum entry requirements before a decision to offer you a place is made. All contact will be via email only, so keep checking your emails. You can contact admissions on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Leeds City College - 6 May2020
    For enquiries about applications and offers, contact the college via web chat here or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    You should apply as normal, all applicants will be sent an initial email explaining how the application process will work. If you do not respond to the email (the college will also text you to alert you about the email) within five working days then you will get a call to arrange the next step. Offers are still being made and the offer will also be sent out via email. You will then be contacted to arrange enrolment once the college is clearer about how this will take place. Visit

  • Leeds College of Building - 30 March 2020
    The college has sent a text to all applicants to say they will contact them. They are taking it on a case by case basis and should get back in touch with students soon - by the end of March. *Still accepting applications via its website and will process these when they can.

  • Leeds Sixth Form College
    From the college:
    ‘Our admissions process will still be going ahead, so please reassure any young people you speak with that they absolutely don't have to worry, we have a number of alternatives in place such as phone interviews, online forms and offers based on predicted grades.
    They can apply for courses as normal and we'll update them with relevant information based on the course they have applied for.'

  • Mirfield College (Mirfield Free Grammar sixth form)
    All students who have already been seen will receive an offer through 'Get Into' or email within the next few days.
    For the applicants who haven’t been seen yet, anyone who meets the entry requirements with their predicted grades, or is close to meeting them, will be made an offer.
    Any students who are quite a way from meeting the predicted grades may or may not be accepted – this is still being discussed.

  • Myerscough College - 22 April 2020
    Still accepting applications - apply online.
    *Conditional offers - confirming places: all GCSE students will receive their grades on normal GCSE results day. Offers will be made on the basis of the expected grades on your application forms (as normal). If you feel the grades you get don't reflect your ability, there is a 42 day settling period where decisions can be discussed to move you up or down once you have enrolled.
    Interviews - most offers will be made without interview, except for ‘Inclusive Learning’, which is being dealt with by the transition team and students, parents and carers will be informed.
    Enrolment - Myerescouch College will be told, as will all colleges, of dates when the new term can start.
    Reassurance of a place - please rest assured that all offers of a place to students are guaranteed.
    Offer booklets/info: - My Myerscough pages are updated on a regular basis.
    Live Chat - open the Myerscough College website and look for the 'Let's Chat' box on the bottom right of your screen. Advisers will be online, ready to chat to you or you can leave your details and an adviser will get back to you as soon as possible.
    For further details W: T: @myerscoughcoll F: MyerscoughColl
    Accommodation bookings will go live ASAP.

  • New College Bradford
    Deadline for applications was 1 March, though applications are still open on the college’s website. There is a video on the college website with a tutorial on how to fill out the application. At the moment, the college telephone line is not open. There is some limited information on the website.

  • North Halifax Grammar
    Already interviewed half of all applicants and asked for mock grades from the remaining applicants to help them assess whether or not to make an offer.
    Will accept late applications but students will be put on a waiting list.
    T: 01422 244625
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  • Notre Dame, Leeds
    Telephone service not currently operating, there is limited information available on Notre Dame's website though applications still open for September. Looks like it is possible to emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with specific queries, though it is not clear if they are currently responding.

  • Ossett Accord Sixth Form
    All applicants except two have been interviewed, everyone has had an offer, the two students still outstanding will also be made offers.

  • Rochdale Sixth Form College
    All those who applied by the college application deadline have been interviewed and offers made.
    Late applicants are on a waiting list and will be contacted in due course – still accepting late applications but will be placed on a waiting list.

  • Ryburn - 26 March 2020
    Those that have applied have been interviewed and a letter will be sent out confirming whether or not an offer has been made.
    Will still consider late applications.
    T: 01422 832070
    E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Contact Mrs Brenchley

  • Shelley College Sixth Form
    All students who have made applications have been contacted by letter regarding face to face interviews – they now will be contacted by phone to arrange a telephone interview, for a convenient time so that they are able to prepare.
    Any questions can be directed to Elizabeth Heald E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Shipley College - 6 April 2020
    Still accepting applications. Interviews are on hold but will begin again after Easter. Offers will be made based on predicted grades. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Student Services by phoning 01274 327281 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • St John Fisher
    Interviews have been carried out for all those that arrived. Students that couldn't make it have been told that there will be a place for them in September but they will have to negotiate their choices when they are back in school. You can still apply by sending applications in and your application will be picked up as soon as possible - it would be helpful if you could email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are still wanting to be considered.

  • Trinity Sixth Form Academy - updated 29 June 2020*
    *Trinity has now opened for further applications, details are on its website.  There are a further 100 places available for students thinking about retutning to study. Applications will close on 8 July and students will be told whether or not they have a place by 17 July. 
    NB: Offers for ealier applications have gone out. Applicants who have previously applied and didn’t receive a conditional offer and those who didn’t attend their guidance meeting and failed to let Trinity know or reschedule will not be considered.

  • Wakefield College
    The admissions department of the college is still open – they are operating on a rota system. Any applications made will receive an email acknowledgement. All upcoming interviews have been cancelled and will be rearranged based on government guidance for when this is next possible. Offers made will also depend on what happens with the way the students’ grades are decided. The admissions dept is available to email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with specific queries. See also further information

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