Exams 2022

Contingency date:  29th July 2022.  Students needs to be available up to and including this date, in case of national or widespread disruption and exam dates need to be changed.

Information 2022

  • GCSE Results Day is Thursday 25th August 2022
  • Results will not be released over the telephone

The pandemic has been really tough for students but, despite the challenges, you have shown admirable resilience in the face of the disruption caused to education.  Please see the below link for the most up to date information regarding exams in 2022 and the changes implemented to level the playing field and ensure fairness for all.

Students FAQ’s

Student FAQs

Exams 2022:  Everything you need to know so far.

 

Students guide to exams and formal assessments in 2021 to 2022

Student guide to exams and formal assessments in 2021-to-2022

 

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Keep checking his page as we will update with any further information as soon as it is announced.

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Internal Appeals Procedures 2021-22

Subject changes for 2022

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DFE resources to help with test anxiety

Resources to help with test anxiety

Information for candidates documents

All these documents can be found on the JCQ website here:  https://www.jcq.org.uk/exams-office/information-for-candidates-documents/

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Please find below some useful links:

Hints and tips for mindfulness and mental health with the upcoming GCSE results:

Mental Health and Mindfulness Hints and Tips for GCSE results

Please find links to the Awarding Bodies that we use for exams:

www.aqa.org.uk

www.edexcel.co.uk

www.ocr.org.uk

www.wjec.co.uk

 

 

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