Exams and Assessment Information

INTERNAL & PRE-PUBLIC EXAMS
Revision focus information to follow in due course

GCSE Exam Revision Sessions
Details to be published in 2018
EXAM TIMETABLES

Further information to follow in due course regarding:

Year 9: Assessment Week 9-13 April 2018.

Year 10: Internal Exams –during 16 May-22 June 2018

Year 11: PPEs (Pre-Public Exams) 8-15 January 2018

Year 12: Assessment Week 4-8 December 2017

Year 12: PPEs (Pre-Public Exams) 8-15 May 2018

Year 13: PPEs (Pre-Public Exams) 16-22 January 2018

November 2017 Schedule : Contains dates and times of English and Maths GCSE exams, plus Cambridge University admissions tests
Summer 2018 Schedule : Contains dates and times of all GCSE, AS and A2 exams for years 11, 12 & 13

GRADE REVIEWS & GRADE REPORTS
Access to Firefly
OFQUAL Explanation of GCSE 9-1 Grades (1)
OFQUAL Explanation of GCSE 9-1 Grades (2)

INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
Information for candidates - controlled assessments
Information for candidates - coursework assessments
Information for candidates - on-screen tests
Information for candidates - guidelines when referring to exams/assessments through the internet
Information for candidates - for written examinations
Information for candidates - non-exam assessments
Information for candidates - privacy notice

POLICIES
Internal Appeals
Management of Controlled Assessments

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - The following Examination Boards are used by the school
AQA Exam Board Website
OCR Exam Board Website
Pearson Exam Board Website
Eduqas Exam Board Website

GCSE grades in England are changing

Starting with English and maths, GCSE grades in England will be graded from 9 to 1. Find out more:

Please note that SMARTWATCHES have now joined mobile phones, iPods and MP3/4 players on the list of 'potential technological/web enabled sources of information' that are classified as 'unauthorised items' and must therefore not be brought into any exam. Possession of such items in a public exam is deemed as a 'serious offence' by all exam boards and will typically result in disqualification if found in the student's possession during an exam.