Exam Timetable will be here
A Level Results Day
Thursday 18th August in the North Hall
Year 13 – 9.00 am until 10.30 am
Year 12 – 9.30 am until 10.30 am
GCSE Results Day
Year 11 – Thursday 25th August in the North Hall
9.00 am until 10.00 am
Any results not collected on these days will be posted by First Class post on the day.
If students would like their results to be collected by another person, we will need to have the students permission and details of the person collecting their results in writing before results days.
It is not possible to advise of results by email or over the telephone.
Year 10 – GCSE results will be mailed via First Class Post on Thursday 25th August.
I trust you will appreciate that Year 11 students will be collecting their results on this day and we will be dealing with issues arising and offering guidance to these students. Therefore, we respectfully request that you do not pick up your results on this day.
Information for Candidates – Privacy Notice 2015- 2016
Information for Candidates – Social Media 2015- 2016
Information for Candidates – written exams 2015 -2016
Information for Candidates- Controlled Assessment 2015-2106
Information for Candidates Coursework 2015-2016
Certificate Collection Letter 2015-16
Information for Candidates – onscreen tests 2015- 2016
We believe in the importance of positive encouragement and take opportunities to share all students' successes and achievements, in part through our scheme of merits and certificates of excellence, and Lower and Upper School Presentation evenings.
To ensure that high academic standards are maintained, we assess student attainment and effort in each subject continuously from Year 7 through to the Sixth Form. Together with the annual examinations, our termly assessments give a full and detailed picture of each individual's progress which we share with parents. Heads of Houses, Head of Sixth and Form Tutors, in consultation with the Senior Leadership Team members are closely involved in monitoring progress. We encourage students to be involved in assessing their own work and setting targets for improvement. This is developed in individual discussions where negotiation between students and teachers takes place.