IMPORTANT EXAM INFORMATION
January 2019 Pre-Public Exams:
Year 11 & Year 13 January 2019 Pre-Public examinations commence Monday 21st January 2019 – Monday 4th February 2019. See link below for a timetable:
Exam Date Information – Summer 2019:
29th April 2019 – GCSE/GCE Exam Period Begins
26th June 2019 – Exam Contingency Day
Contingency day for GCSE and/or GCE examinations should sustained national or local disruption arise during the June 2019 examination series. This means an exam might need to be moved to this day, so parents and students SHOULD NOT plan any holidays until after this date, even if their exams are scheduled to finish earlier.
Please see documents below for details about the GCSE Reforms for 2018:
Top Tips for the Exam Season
Preparing for exams
It can be a daunting task, but it will improve your chances of succeeding, so it’s got to be worth it.
How can you improve your chance?
Changing your study and revision habits can increase your chances of success in the exam – and for your future.
Not sure where to start?
We’re here to help you. Don’t avoid planning your revision and thinking about your exams. Give yourself a head start, by following our guide to successful exam preparation.
Before the exam
Preparing for exams can be a daunting task, but it will improve your chances of succeeding, so it’s got to be worth it. Changing your study and revision habits can increase your chances of success in the exam – and for your future. We’re here to help you. Don’t avoid planning your revision and thinking about your exams.
During the exam
When sat in the exam hall, keep calm and focused on the task at hand. Remember to read all the instructions before putting pen to paper and make sure you allocate your time carefully in order to answer all the required questions.
After the exam
Don’t worry about your previous examination – you can’t do anything about it – try and focus on your next one instead.
Below are a few more helpful post exam tips:
- Try not to talk to fellow candidates after the exam about how you think you did. Even though you may have found it harder than other people, you may have answered the question better
- Talk to your teacher if you were unwell, or if you think there were circumstances which affected your performance
- Don’t let your exams get you down; talk to your teachers, family or friends
- Don’t dwell on your performance – concentrate on preparing for your next exam
Our Exam Results can be found on our Statutory Information Pages