Whether an in-class end of topic assessment or an externally assessed GCSE or A level, examinations form a central part of our assessments processes and are therefore an integral part of our learning journey.
For all external examinations, parents will be notified of arrangements in writing and students will receive individual examination timetables. We do however ask that parents take time to read over the examination timetable with their child to ensure that they know exactly when and where they are expected to attend each examination. It is essential that students arrive to each exam in good time, having eaten a good breakfast beforehand.
Year 11 Intervention Timetable and Revision Guide Information:
Please follow the links below to find copies of our:
- Information for Candidates – Controlled Assessments
- Information for Candidates – Coursework
- Information for Candidates – Non Examination Assessments
- Information for Candidates – On Screen Tests
- Information for Candidates – Privacy Notice
- Information for Candidates – Social Media
- Information for Candidates – Written Examinations
- Information for Candidates – No Mobile Phones
- Information for Candidates – Exam Rules
The often quoted adage, ‘If you fail to plan, then you are planning to fail’ is perhaps clichéd, but nevertheless very true. Preparation or revision for exams should be well planned and focused. Students should prepare a revision timetable in good time before the exam season and, with support from parents, identify a quiet space at home where they can work in the evenings without distraction. Advice on how to prepare for exams and useful revision sites can be found by following the links below: