Current Students

Your GCSE Results will be available for you to collect from the top floor of the LRC on 20th August 2020 from 9.30 a.m. – 11.00 a.m. Please note only you can collect your results, no one will be able to do this on your behalf.

You will not be able to collect your results outside of these times. Any uncollected results will be posted  to the address we have on record for you later that day.

The English and maths team will be on hand to answer any queries you may have about your results.

Dear Kingston Maurward College Students,

I hope this finds you safe and well in these challenging times. KMC’s priority to provide an exceptional learner experience has not changed and we are committed to supporting your continued learning. We want you to be in the best possible position to complete your qualifications at the end of the year and gain the grades you deserve. Over the coming weeks staff will be confirming with you how this process will work so you are clear about what evidence will be used to provide results for the range of different qualifications we offer.

I recognise that in the meantime, being in a position of uncertainty is causing some anxiety for many of you but please rest assured, the curriculum teams and support staff are working hard to ensure the best possible outcome for you. It is highly likely that the work you continue to produce will still contribute to your final grade and if not it is important that you keep learning to develop the knowledge needed for your next step.

I would like to thank you for the incredible response to the ‘new way of working’ and level of engagement with tasks. I wish you every success in your continued studies and for those that are returning in September we very much look forward to seeing you and will be in touch with details about that as they evolve.

Very best wishes and stay safe,

Oliver Symons

Deputy Principal Learning and Performance

The College campus is closed to students from Monday 23 March 2020.  It is also closed to staff with the exception of those who are carrying out ‘essential services’.

However, the ‘virtual’ college is very much open with staff working remotely to provide support and inspiring leaning to all students.

This situation will be continually reviewed and this dedicated page will continue to be updated regularly to keep you informed on our position.

At the College, we are supporting employers, organisations and apprentices to continue with apprenticeships wherever possible and that our decisions are in line with current Government advice.

We’ve had discussions with many smaller employers, who are feeling anxious that they may have to terminate the contract with an apprentice but also don’t want to take that course of action. In these situations, we often advise that furloughing the apprentice is a good option and allows us to continue training the apprentice. We are then able to deliver underpinning subject knowledge matter, in accordance with their apprenticeship and ensuring the apprentice is up-to-date and ready to restart back in the workplace.

For larger employers, the same option may well be discussed but some will not want to furlough staff, particularly those in the health and care industries. In these instances, where employees are struggling to keep up with workload and the commitment to the apprenticeship, a break in learning of at least four weeks is often the right solution. This removes the anxiety of having to complete assignments whilst dealing with a highly stressful environment and situation but allows them to return to the apprenticeship in the near future.

We realise that this is a difficult time for employers and apprentices and we deal with each person on a case-by-case basis to ensure decisions are right for them. The safety and wellbeing of our apprentices, the employers that we work with and our staff is of fundamental importance to us and we are regularly reviewing how we deliver apprenticeships in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For GCSEs, the government have issued the following letter:

Please follow this link for Ofqual’s blog released Thursday 9thApril 2020 which includes explanation videos for staff and students:

For BTEC and Technical qualifications awarding bodies are working with Ofqual and other key stakeholders to formulate a process which allows the calculation of an overall qualification grade for each learner which reflects their performance as fairly as possible.

Support offered by Edexcel regarding summer awarding.

Further information will be shared once received from awarding bodies.

Letter to Learners from City and Guilds

Ofqual student guide to post-16 qualification results

Support offered by Edexcel regarding summer awarding.

Calculated results process from City and Guilds

If you want to speak to our Careers Advisor after getting your results please contact make an appointment.

From Cindy Rampersaud, Senior Vice President – BTEC and Apprenticeships – 26 June 2020
We understand that this has been an unsettling time for you, with the news of school/college closures and the cancellation of this summer’s exams/external assessments. We wanted to write to you to reassure you about how your BTEC results will be calculated this year.
How will your BTEC grades be calculated?
  • We have asked teachers/tutors at your school/college to provide us with:
  • actual grades for internal BTEC units that you completed
  • ‘Centre Assessment Grades’ for internal BTEC units that you were not able to complete, based on available evidence and what your tutors felt you most likely would have achieved under normal circumstances
  • a rank order of all learners on your BTEC course, based on what your teachers/tutors felt you would most likely achieve at qualification level, under normal circumstances.
Your teachers/tutors will base their decisions on a range of evidence, including any relevant assignments you have completed, any prior exam or mock results, and your performance during the course. The information they submit to us will be checked beforehand by other teachers/tutors in your school/college and signed off by the Head of School/College.
For any other questions, visit the Pearson BTEC learner FAQ page.

This will only affect those students in their final or top up year. Both our university partners have enacted ‘no detriment’ policies. This means that your final grade will be based on marks for modules completed up to the point of lockdown (23 March 2020). Marks gained in the remainder of the year for modules will only count towards your final grade if they improve your current overall grade. There will therefore be no affect if your grades are affected in this semester.  

You will still need to complete assessments for your remaining modules to ensure you have all the credits you need to be awarded your qualification.

If you are currently up to date with your payments and paying for your college transport by Standing Order or Direct Debit then can we please ask that you cancel the payment that is due on the 1st May 2020.

If you have a revised payment plan and you are unsure whether your payments are up to date for the travel undertaken up to and including 20th March 2020 please contact who will look at these on an individual basis.

Any transport refunds that may be due will be calculated and any actioned in due course.

Yes. Both the Student Welfare team and the Student Support teams are working from home.

Students needing welfare support can email

Students needing academic support can email their tutor directly or the Learning Support team at

Hope you are all staying home and looking after yourselves and those around you. Remember Student Welfare are available on if you just need a chat, a bit of support or have any concerns.

For any students where households are struggling to financially afford to provide the food required during this difficult time please get in touch and let us know and we will see what we can do.

Also, if you have any concerns at home where you feel unsafe at home, then college is still here to safeguard you. Please email and we will be in touch to help. Or if you feel more comfortable contacting another member of college staff then please do.

The 121 email account is manned Monday to Friday between 9.30am to 4.30pm. Outside of that time please contact Childline or the Samaritans.

College staff are still here working to help all students, even whilst the college site is closed. If your not sure if you are unsafe then get in touch and we can discuss it further.

Schools have been issued an email to activate a voucher system run by Edenred. Guidance was issued to schools by the Department for Education before Easter on how to order e-vouchers for pupils to be sent directly to them. So far Further Education institutions have not been issued guidance. The college is in contact with the local authority to try to rectify this situation. We will update students and their families as soon as we can.

The college has been working closely with the local authority and we expect to have food vouchers imminently. The college will be in touch directly with eligible students via their college email address. Students eligible for free school meals must monitor their email address.

The college are currently writing to families to ask for contributions toward the review. We are also asking for contributions from students, their teachers and anyone else working with the young person. Review paperwork for some students has already been sent to the respective local authorities. If reviews can not be completed they will be held in person as soon as we are able to return to college. Any queries relating to a student with an EHCP please email

Some courses have been cancelled prior to starting and some courses have started but have not been able to be completed. The college is evaluating each of these courses and looking at the possibility of rescheduling where possible or processing refunds where appropriate. These will be actioned in due course.

You will only be able to continue logging hours for your work placement if your employer has agreed that it is safe for you to do so.

Under no circumstances must you put yourself or others at risk.

If you/your employer have any questions about your placement please contact the relevant member of staff:
– For all industry placement queries

– For all work experience queries please contact your course tutor.

The programme leaders are developing an adapted assessment for this module to meet criteria before starting Level 5 without the need for the placement hours. This will be based on your planned industry experience and skills development. Programme leaders will discuss gaining industry experience during Level 5, although the required hours will not be a full expectation.

No the campus is currently closed. The Learning Resource email address is being manned so students are welcome to contact the library if they would like any academic help at

The Government’s dedicated Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage is being kept up-to-date with the latest advice and guidance:

For more information about self-isolation, please visit

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