Internal Exams 2018-19
|Year 11||26 November - 1 December 2018|
|Year 13 IB||7 - 12 January 2019|
|Year 13 A Level||25 February - 2 March & 5 - 7 March 2019|
|Year 12 IB||18 - 23 March 2019|
|Year 12 A Level||18 - 23 March 2019|
|Year 10||24 - 30 April 2019|
|Year 9||3 - 7 June 2019|
Students will receive timetables for internal exams the week before their exams commence. These exams are to be undertaken with the same sense of gravity as public examinations as, if for some reason a student is unable to complete their examinations in the summer, exam boards may need to see evidence of student work to award a grade. Students will generally receive results of exams in lessons with the exception of Year 11 pupils who will receive results in the BKA with a member of the Senior Leadership team as they will also discuss option choices.
External Public Examinations 2018-19
Students will be provided with individual candidate timetables mid-March 2019. Arrangements for timetable clashes will also be communicated at this time.
Results for Public Exams 2019
Results are available on the STUDENT MIS profile
|January 2019 Series|
|7 March 2019||IGCSE Maths/English, Extended Projects, BTEC Nationals|
|Summer 2019 Series|
|6 July||IB Diploma|
|13 August 2019||IGCSE Music Only|
|14 August 2019||BTEC Nationals|
|15 August 2019||A Level, FSMQ, Extended Projects|
|22 August 2019||GCSE Exams|
When and how are the results distributed?
Results will be available on the dates above from the STUDENTS’ MIS profile (not on Parents’ portal) from 07:00 and staff will be available from 08:00 to assist with any enquiries. Provisional Statements of Results will be sent via Royal Mail to the address listed for the student on the MIS. Results WILL NOT be given over the telephone under any circumstances. Candidates for whom mail service is not reliable and would like to have their results emailed to them should advise the Exams Officer via email as soon as possible.
Please note, results should not to be shared via social media in any form until after 09:30am.
JCQ regulations state: “Centres must not release results data to Local Authorities until after 9.30am on the appropriate date for the publication of results. Similarly, centres must not release press releases or statements to the media under any circumstances until after 9.30am on the appropriate date for the publication of results.”
These regulations apply to students as well.
What can I do if results are substantially different from what is anticipated?
It must be remembered that examinations can only measure performance on the day, and that candidates can do better or worse than anticipated for a variety of reasons. It is advisable to speak with the Head of Department for the subject before proceeding to an EAR (Enquiry about Result or Remark) that is very expensive. If there are serious grounds for concern about a result then the school can initiate an enquiry with the appropriate board. Details of the procedures and the fees involved are available below and the process should be started as soon as possible after consultation with the Head of Department concerned. We are only able to accept requests for remarks from the STUDENT in question and these must be made using the form located above on this page.
If the results have serious implications for the candidate’s future plans then advice should be sought from the Director of Professional Guidance, Ms Louise Scofield, [email protected]
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