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Switching to us is simple

If you have already started teaching GCSE Art and Design with another exam board but would like to make the switch over to WJEC Eduqas, we have made the move easy for you.​

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Why should you switch to us for GCSE Art and Design?

  • Our specification includes only one coursework component and the Externally Set Assignment paper offers an open choice of appealing themes, visual assignments or written briefs which are suitable for any art, craft or design discipline
  • We offer Critical and Contextual Studies as a title option
  • We provide teachers with an extensive portfolio of marked exemplar work and a wealth of resources which are all freely available on the website
  • We have developed clear mark schemes, with assessment guidance, to support your internal assessment
  • Access to our free resources, including a comprehensive Guidance for Teaching resource, with helpful advice on teaching approaches, assessment administration, advocacy materials and FAQs
  • Our teachers have access to Lightbox; an online resource and supportive tool for teachers and students, offering assessment advice, subject specific advocacy material, careers guidance and helpful contextual references
  • The intuitive qualification page contains helpful assessment objective checklists for teachers and students, alongside a comprehensive range of teaching and learning materials
  • Indicative Content provides teachers and students with helpful guidance on the kinds of process evidence that should be presented for each assessment objective, specific to the title entered for, as well as guidance on related careers in the creative industries
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Our subject specialists are on hand to provide you with any information you may require and support you in the delivery of our qualifications.