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Title: Video and Associated Visual Assets for 9 to 1 Programme
Published by: Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual)
Publication Date: 19/01/2017
Deadline Date:
Deadline Time:
Notice Type: Contract Award Notice
Has Documents: No
Abstract: Ofqual’s wishes to undertake creation of a video(s) and associated visual assets as part of Ofqual’s programme to build awareness of GCSE, AS and A level reforms (our ‘9 to 1 programme’).
Ofqual regulates GCSEs, AS and A levels in England within the context of government policy. A programme to reform and redevelop these qualifications has been under way since 2013. Exam boards are producing new subject specifications which we are reviewing to make sure they are of the right standard. The changes being made to GCSEs will mean they are more engaging and worthwhile to teach and to study, and that they compare well with similar qualifications internationally. And the changes at A level will ensure they remain a highly respected qualification both domestically and internationally.
Ofqual would like to create a video, or series of videos, with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of aspects of the reforms among key stakeholders. The programme will focus on using the new GCSE grading scale (9 to 1) as a vehicle to drive engagement. The central messages we would like to convey are: that the grading scale is changing from letters to numbers; the reasons for this, i.e. to signal that a reformed, more demanding GCSE has been studied and to better differentiate student performance at the top end (there will be nine grades instead of eight); and, that students who get a grade 4 or above in the first year of awarding would have got a grade C or above on the existing letter scale.

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1 Authority Details

1.1

Authority Name and Address


Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual)

Procurement & Contract Management, Spring Place, Coventry Business Park, Herald Avenue,

Coventry

CV5 6UB

UK

Pauline Galliers

+44 2476716830

Procurement@Ofqual.gov.uk

http://ofqual.gov.uk

2 Contract Details

2.1

Title

Video and Associated Visual Assets for 9 to 1 Programme

2.2

Description of the contract

Ofqual’s wishes to undertake creation of a video(s) and associated visual assets as part of Ofqual’s programme to build awareness of GCSE, AS and A level reforms (our ‘9 to 1 programme’).

Ofqual regulates GCSEs, AS and A levels in England within the context of government policy. A programme to reform and redevelop these qualifications has been under way since 2013. Exam boards are producing new subject specifications which we are reviewing to make sure they are of the right standard. The changes being made to GCSEs will mean they are more engaging and worthwhile to teach and to study, and that they compare well with similar qualifications internationally. And the changes at A level will ensure they remain a highly respected qualification both domestically and internationally.

Ofqual would like to create a video, or series of videos, with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of aspects of the reforms among key stakeholders. The programme will focus on using the new GCSE grading scale (9 to 1) as a vehicle to drive engagement. The central messages we would like to convey are: that the grading scale is changing from letters to numbers; the reasons for this, i.e. to signal that a reformed, more demanding GCSE has been studied and to better differentiate student performance at the top end (there will be nine grades instead of eight); and, that students who get a grade 4 or above in the first year of awarding would have got a grade C or above on the existing letter scale.

2.3

Notice Coding and Classification

129 Advertising
138 other Marketing
2 Broadcasting
7 other Audio Visual
600 West Midlands

2.4

Estimated Total Value

60230.50 GBP

3 Procedure

3.1

Type of Procedure

Single stage - Any candidate may submit a tender.

4 Award of Contract

4.1

Successful Bidders

4.1.1

Name and Address of successful supplier, contractor or service provider


OF495




Pukka Films

18 Hatton Place,

London

EC1N 8RU

UK

Andrew de Lotbiniere



5 Other Information

5.1

Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

OF495

5.2

Date of Contract Award

 15-11-2016

5.3

Number of tenders received

8

5.4

Other Information

(MT Ref:191891)

5.5

Additional Documentation

N/a

5.6

Publication date of this notice:

 19-01-2017

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Main Contact: Procurement@Ofqual.gov.uk
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Commodity Categories

Commodity Categories
IDTitleParent Category
129AdvertisingMarketing
2BroadcastingAudio Visual
7other Audio VisualAudio Visual
138other MarketingMarketing

Delivery Locations

Delivery Locations
IDDescription
600West Midlands

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