Summer 2018 Examinations

Please click on the links below to download information about GCE and GCSE examinations this summer:

GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents

Copy of GCE Exams Timetable 2018

Copy of GCSE Exams Timetable 2018

2017 Post Results Guide GCE

2017 Post Results Guide GCSE

OCR 16205-supporting-your-child-at-exam-time

OCR 16206-a-parent-s-guide-to-understanding-exam-techniques

JCQ Malpractice

Results Collection Form GCE

Results Collection Form GCSE


Year 11 Letter from Headteacher

Information for candidates – Written Examinations 
Information for candidates – Controlled Assessments
Information for candidates – Coursework
Information for candidates – Privacy Notice
Information for candidates – Social Media

Collection of Examination Certficates (2015 or earlier)

If you have not collected your examination certificates from a past examination period, you may arrange to collect these from the school with one day’s prior warning to the Examinations Officer (examination results are in safe storage and are not easily accessible at short notice). We regret that examination certificates cannot be sent by post. We do not take, or keep, copies of examination certificates, therefore if you have already collected your results and have lost your original certificates, you will need to contact the examination boards involved. This usually costs around £40.00 per certificate, so it’s a good idea to keep them in a very safe place once you have collected them!

Examination Entry GCE/VCE

Every Year 13 student who has completed an “A2” level, an “AS” level or an “AVCE” level course is entered for the final examination in that course.

GCSE and equivalent

All students who have produced sufficient coursework to be considered for a grade are entered for the GCSE or equivalent examination, subject to parental authorisation to ensure continued attendance at school and progress in the period between the entry submission and the final assessment.