Examinations

Welcome to the exams and general revision page. Here you will find useful information about your exams, plus resources and useful links to support you during the examination period.

If you have any questions of queries please do not hesitate to contact me,

Mrs Niki Smith (Exams Officer) [email protected]

2022 GSCE Exam Season

  • GCSE Summer 2022 Exams Timetable
  • The 2022 GCSE Exams, for the 2022 season will run between 16th May 2022 to 29th June 2022. All students must be available for all the dates up to and including 29th June 2021, even if their individual timetable does not include scheduled exams. This is due to contingency dates required by JCQ. These may be used if an exam fails to run on a particular day during the season.
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR Y11 RE: PAPER 1 LITERATURE EXAM

    Please read through the information carefully so you know what to expect on the day:

    Paper 1 is split into 2 parts. The first is A Christmas Carol and the second is Animal Farm. You will receive 50 minutes for each part. At the end of the first 50 minutes the paper will be collected in. Students will remain under exam conditions whilst this is collected and part 2 is handed out. Students will then be asked to fill in the front of the paper, as we do at the beginning of every exam, and a start and finish time given. You will then complete part 2.

    Students who receive extra time will all be expected to sit silently until the end of the extra time if they chose not to use their time. The paper will then be collected, and you will be asked to fill in the front of the paper and start part 2. This is so that the invigilator doesn’t disturb those working to collect and then hand out papers to those that have finished within their extra time, and to save human error on the start and finish times of these exams.

    If you are a laptop user you will need to save each paper separately as they go to different examiners. You will not be allowed to go back and work on the previous paper, and if you are caught doing so this will be treated as malpractice and reported to the awarding exam board.

Collection of Certificates

Exam Information (General)

GCSE Resources

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