Exam Certificates are now in school to be collected. Please email the Exams Officer firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange collection.
A Level results day: Thursday 18 August 2022
GCSE results day: Thursday 25 August 2022
The Year 11 mock exam timetable can be found here. This was revised on 23/11/21
The draft Year 13 mock exam timetable can be found here.
The draft Year 11 mock exam timetable for Easter can be found here.
The draft Year 13 mock exam timetable for Easter can be found here.
GCSE/A Level Exams: May/June 2022
The summer timetable can be found here.
The draft Year 7 mock exam timetable can be found here.
The draft Year 8 mock exam timetable can be found here.
The draft Year 10 and 12 mock exam timetable can be found here.
Y11 Mocks: 29 November – 13 December
Y13 Mocks: 4 January – 11 January
Y11 Mocks: 21 February – 4 March
Y11 Mocks: 21 March – 25 April
Y13 Mocks: 29 March – 5 May
Y9 Mocks: 25 April – 6 May
GCSE/A Level exams: 16 May – 28 June
Y7/Y8/Y10 & Y12 Mocks: 20 June – 1 July
Deadlines for mark submission (Non-exam assessments)
The exam board deadline for the submission of NEA marks is 7 May for GCSE and 15 May for AS/A Level. Different departments will set a deadline that is earlier than this in order to give time for marking, moderation and administration tasks associated with the work as well as to ensure that it is completed at a time that fits in with other elements of the curriculum. These subject deadlines have been communicated to students through their subject teachers and Google Classroom. Failure to meet the school deadline may mean that a student’s work cannot be marked and submitted in time. For further information about our NEA policy please see our EXAMS, ASSESSMENT & RECORDING APPEALS POLICY on the school website and here.
Information for Candidates:
Ban on watches in exams - As you may have heard on the news, there has been much discussion about whether watches should or should not be allowed in exams. As a result, and following recommendations from exam boards, we have taken the decision to ban all watches from exams. Please ensure that you leave your watch at home or somewhere safe before any exam, as it will not be allowed in the exam halls.
This rule will take immediate effect and will be implemented in all exams both internal and external.