GCSE Results day
Thursday 24th August 2023
Exams will run from the Monday 15th May until Friday 23rd June 2023, coursework/assessments will run throughout the year.
DfE Schools Performance Website
Students and Staff are embarking on their first ever GCSE examinations for this school in 2022 - so watch this space!
Open Letter from Ofqual to Students
JCQ have confirmed that exams will run from 15 May until 23 June 2023. Results day will be 24 August 2023. Students will receive their individual examination timetable after February half term.
The following guidelines have been issued to students in Years 10 and 11 and contain important information from the Examining Boards regarding expected conduct during examinations. Please ensure that you read and understand what is required of you. If there is anything you are unsure of, please contact the Examinations Officer.
Guidance for Students and Parents for GCSE Examinations 2021 / 22
The following guidance has been issued by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and should be read by students.
Instructions for Candidates for Written Examinations 2022/2023
Instructions for Candidates for On-screen Examinations 2022/2023
Instructions for Candidates for Non-examination Assessments 2022/2023
Information for Candidates on Coursework Assessments 2022/2023
Information for Candidates on use of Social Media 2022/2023
Information for Candidates - Privacy Notice 2021 / 22
Unauthorised Items Poster 2022 / 2023
Warning to Candidates 2022/2023
Examination and Assessment Malpractice
JCQ Preparing to sit your exams
Exams - Useful Information
Child Development – Friday 27th January – start time 9am (exam last approximately 1 hour 30 min)
Health and Social Care – Friday 3rd February – start time 9am (exam lasts approximately 1hour 30 min)
As a reminder, the following must not be brought into the Examination:
NO MOBILE PHONES, iPODs, MP3/4 PLAYERS, HEADPHONES or WATCHES (data or analogue)
NO PRODUCTS WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION / STORAGE DEVICE OR DIGITAL FACILITY.
Possession of unauthorised items is an infringement of the regulations and could result in DISQUALIFICATION from the current examination and the overall qualification.
Candidates are advised that mobile phones and data watches / analogue watches must not be in their possession whether switched on or not, and should be placed in their bag.