Welcome to the examinations section of the school website. The examinations team are responsible for the organisation of all of the Public Examinations run by the school, as well as the lower school mock examinations, which we call PPEs (Preliminary Public Examinations). We liaise with the Head of Departments to enter students for their examinations, run the examinations sessions and manage the process of distributing final grades. In order to do this work, we also liaise with the examination boards for UK examinations, as well as the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
You will see on the left-hand side a list of downloadable forms and information sheets that should cover all possible situations. However, if you cannot find what you need or you have a more general enquiry then contact the examinations team through the email address [email protected] and put examinations in the subject line.
A level and GCSE Examinations 2021
Due to the cancelation of the summer 2021 examinations, schools are required to decide Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) for students taking their GCSE, AS level and A level qualifications. Other related level 3, 2 and 1 qualifications, such as the vocational level 3 qualifications, will also be determined using their version TAGs. Every centre is required to create a Policy that reflects the individual circumstances of the school; this policy is based on the JCQ template and takes account of the guidance provided by the Department for Education, Ofqual, JCQ and the relevant Examination Boards.
The summer results days are as follows:
- A level – 10th August
- GCSE – 12th August
The A level and GCSE results will be sent to students no earlier than 8:30 on their results morning. This will be in the form of an email to their school email accounts.
If, following receipt of the results, students wish to have a grade reviewed then they should download the relevant Centre Review form stage 1, complete the details and then email the form to [email protected] for the attention of Mr Seager (Deputy Headteacher). If a student needs support in completing the form, they should refer to the examinations policy and the other information they have been sent in the first instance or ask for support from the school at the same email address.
International Baccalaureate Examinations 2021
IB results have been determined using the non-examination process and using a Predicted Grade Process. This summer’s grades are published on 6th July to the students. All relevant information has been communicated to the students by Mrs Porsz and all enquiries should be directed, in the first instance, to Mrs Porsz.