Summer Exams 2017
Exam Results Days 2017
GCSE results day: Thursday 24 August 2017. Year 11 can collect their results from school from 8.30am. Years 7 – 10 can collect their results from school from 10.00am.
GCE (A and AS level) results day: Thursday 17 August 2017. Year 13 can collect their results from school from 8.30am. Year 12 can collect their results from school from 10.00am.
Results are given out in the Sixth Form Common Room or are available from the Main Office if you arrive later than the stated times. The Academy is unable to disclose results via email or telephone.
If students are unable to collect results in person, please provide a signed letter giving authority for someone to collect on your behalf. We are unable to provide results - even to parents - unless a letter has been provided by the candidate. Alternatively please provide a stamped addressed envelope and we will ensure they are posted to you.
Provisional entry information was provided to students in February 2017. The final timetable confirms seat numbers and rooming.
The first exam will be on 15 May 2017 and the last exam will be on 29 June 2017.
ALL STUDENTS PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION ATTACHED BELOW
ALL candidates should read the attached files below, these include the "Examinations Information Booklet" and candidate warning notices. It is important to understand the rules and regulations of the exams before you sit them.
- Year 11 Study Suppot Programme Summer 2017
- Information for Candidates Coursework 2016-17
- Information for Candidates - Onscreen tests
- Information for Candidates - Privacy Notice
- Information for Candidates - Social Media
- Information for Candidates - Written examinations
- Information for Candidates Controlled Assessments 2016-17
- Information for candidates non-examination assessments
Exam policy - watches
No technology that can be used to store data, images, etc can be taken into an examination room; this includes smart watches, fit bits, Apple watches, smart phones, tablets, etc. Clocks are situated in all exam rooms however if your child would prefer to have a watch we would advise that this is an analogue watch to avoid any confusion.