This page will be updated regularly with details of formal exams and assessments:
Exam Period for Summer 2023
Start 15th May 2023 to end 23rd June 2023.
For the June 2023 exams, the awarding bodies have therefore introduced two additional half-day contingency sessions. These are on Thursday 8 June 2023 and Thursday 15 June 2023. The standard contingency day remains at the end of the timetable being scheduled on Wednesday 28 June 2023.
Schools and colleges should ensure candidates and parents are aware of the contingency arrangements on these three days. They should consider the contingency day of Wednesday 28 June 2023 when making their plans for the summer. Candidates should be encouraged to remain available until Wednesday 28 June 2023 should examinations need to be rescheduled.
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/plans-to-support-students-in-2023-exams-confirmed– Please contact us if you have any questions.
Outline Timetable (last published March 2023)
Handbook (last published March 2023)
Exam Results Days 2023
Thursday 17th August 2023 – A Level Results Day
Thursday 24th August 2023 – GCSE Results Day
Exam Board Websites
Syllabus numbers can be found on the individual timetables OR in the document attached below.
Important Information About Examination Certificates
- Where possible exam certificates are collected by students from main reception and by ex-students at their awards ceremonies.
- Certificates for current students (those that have taken exams in Years 9, 10 & 12) will be kept until they have completed their studies at school.
- If needed for interviews, for example, they can be collected – ask at main reception They must be signed for.
All other certificates are retained for twelve months before being destroyed. A record is kept of certificates that have been destroyed.
Exam boards will NOT provide a replacement for a lost certificate. Candidates may apply for a statement of results for their own use or ask the exam board to send a confirmation of results to external bodies (employers etc). If a certificate is accidentally destroyed (ie by fire, theft or flood) candidates may apply for a replacement certificate. The application must be supported by a statement from a relevant source.
Please look after your certificates!
Exam Board – Information for Candidates
The documents below titled ‘Information for Candidates’ provide important advice and guidance to candidates about what they may and may not do whilst undertaking various aspects of examination work.
This information must be read prior to all examinations, coursework and controlled assessment.
Student Exam Preperation
Information for candidates cswk
Information for candidates NEA
Information for candidates onscreen tests
Information for candidates Privacy Notice
Information for candidates social media
Information for candidates written exams