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Exam Procedures  

Timetable

Please ensure that your child knows the date and time of every exam they are sitting. Copies of timetables are available from the Exams Officer.  

Exam Start and Finish Times

Morning exams start at 8.45am and afternoon exams start at 1.15pm. Students must be in school by 8.25am and 1.00pm at the latest and report to the Sports Hall. For internal exams, once students have finished, they will return to normal lessons.  

Late Arrivals

Students arriving at school after the start of an exam must report to Student Services to collect an admissions slip which they must give to the Chief Invigilator. They will not be allowed to enter the Exams Hall without the slip.  

Illness

If your child is unable to sit an exam due to illness, you must inform the school by 8.45am for a morning session or 12.00 noon for an afternoon session. You will need to send a doctor’s note as soon as possible afterwards.  

Rules

No mobile phones, IPods etc, food or drink are allowed inside the Exam Hall. Students must bring all the equipment needed for their exam. This includes a calculator (if allowed), pens and pencils in a clear plastic pencil case. Students must not enter the Exam Hall with any writing on their hands/arms.  

ID Cards

All students must have a valid school ID card bearing their photo. This is to ensure that absentees may be identified quickly and accurately. Please ensure that your child has an ID card before the start of exam week. Students must not use any other form of identification.   

Uniform

Students should wear full school uniform for all exams. Normal school rules regarding jewellery and hairstyle apply throughout the exam process. 

 Parents can ensure that their child is fully prepared for the exams by helping them stick to their revision timetable and allowing them a quiet place every evening to do their revision. 

 

Link to DfE Performance Tables

 

In the summer of 2020 students were not able to sit their examinations at either GCSE or A level due to the coronavirus pandemic. The grades they were awarded were produced by their teachers based on work they had completed up to the point of school closures in late March. The information below provides details of the schools performance in examinations in 2018 and 2019, as well as details of the grades awarded on 2020. 

 

Year 11 Results 

Measure

2017 - 18

2018-19

2019-20

(no exams sat)

9 – 4 including English and Maths

62%

57%

64.1%

9 – 5 including English and Maths

37%

36%

41.7%

Progress 8

-0.68

-0.97

Not available

Attainment 8

43.5

39.8

44.4

Percentage of students entered for EBaac

50%

44%

67%

Percentage of students achieving EBacc

11.2%

10.3%

27.7%

Percentage of Students staying in Education or Employment at the end of KS4

94%

93%

Not available

 

Post 16 Performance
 

Measure

2017 - 18

2018-19

2019-20

A-level Value Added

0.05

-0.03

0.17

A-Level Average Point Score (APS)

28.30

26.94

33.33

A-level Average Grade per entry

C-

C-

C+

Applied General Value Added

0.09

0.29

-0.10

Applied General APS

25.00

27.98

29.44

Applied General Grade per Entry

Merit

Merit +

Merit +

English Average L2 Progress

N/A

N/A

N/A

Maths Average L2 progress

N/A

N/A

N/A

  

Year 11 Leavers 2017 - Destinations

Year 11 Leavers 2018 - Destinations

Year 11 Leavers 2019 - Destinations

 

 

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