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Student 2018/19 - GCSE Mathematics qualification grade

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Student 2018/19

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GCSE Mathematics qualification grade


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Typefield
Short nameMATHGRADE
Description

The highest examination grade awarded to the learner for a GCSE maths qualification.

Applicable toEngland
Coverage

Instances at providers in England where Instance.FESTUMK = 1, 3 or 4 and Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 or 01 and Instance.FUNDMODEL = 25 or 82.

Valid entries and labels
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A
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NONE
Notes

This field must be completed with the highest GCSE maths grade for the learner as at the funding qualifying start period.

For learners on a programme of study that extends over several teaching years, this field must be updated at the start of each year.

If the learner’s maths GCSE result is unknown at the start of the teaching year, then this field must be returned with the value of ‘NONE’ and updated once the result is known.

If the learner achieves a maths GCSE during the year, this field does not need to be updated until the start of the following teaching year.

Only maths GCSE achievement should be recorded in this field. If a learner has not taken a GCSE maths exam or has an equivalent overseas or other approved UK qualification then this field must be returned with the value of ‘NONE’.

If the learner has an exemption from the maths condition of funding then this must be recorded in the LearnerFAM fields using a LEARNFAMTYPE of MCF.

Refer to the 16-19 (excluding Apprenticeships) funding guidance for further information about the condition of funding.

Quality rules
Quality rules relating to this entity are displayed here.
Reason required To establish whether the learner meets the 16-19 (excluding Apprenticeships) condition of funding.
Part of
Field length4
Minimum occurrences0
Maximum occurrences1
Schema components
Element: MATHGRADE
Related fields
OwnerInformation Management Services (including the Data Service and Learning Records Service)
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