Parent poll: what do you think about teacher assessed grades in places of exams this summer?


Last week the government announced that teacher assessment would be used in place of the cancelled exams to determine pupils' grades for GCSEs and A-levels this summer. It's important to know what parents think about the new arrangements, which have been introduced because of the disruption to education caused by the pandemic. Have your say in our parent poll.

Take our poll

About the poll

Our anonymous survey will take no more than five minutes of your time. It asks four simple multi-choice questions to gauge your view on how this year's exam cohorts will receive their grades. We will share the results with media and education policymakers to ensure that parent voice is heard on issues that matter to them. 

Who can take the poll?

We invite parents of children in England who are in exam cohorts (Y10 to Y13 inclusive) to take the survey.  Please share the survey link with any interested friends, family, colleagues or networks. The wider the sample, the louder parent voice will be heard.

More details

See the results of our previous parent poll on exams. We also wrote a full report. Results were shared with DfE, other education stakeholders and media. Contact us at with any questions about the poll.

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