Summer 2022 Examinations Timetables
- AQA A Level
- AQA GCSE
- OCR GCSE & Cambridge Nationals
- OCR A Level
- Pearson GCSE
- Pearson A Level
- BTEC Level 2 and 3
- WJEC GCSE
- WJEC A Level
- WJEC Vocational
BTEC and OCR National Examinations – January and February 2022
The timetable for BTEC and OCR National examinations taking place in school during January and February 2022 can be viewed here
Plans for Examinations in Summer 2022
Ofqual have released a letter to students and parents outlining the plans for examinations due to take place in summer 2022. This also includes details about the contingency plans in place if exams cannot go ahead due to further Covid disruption.
Results Days 2022
Under the current Government guidelines the results days for 2022 are:
- Thursday 18 August: A Levels and other Level 3 qualifications
- Thursday 25 August: GCSEs
2021 Exam Certificates
We are pleased to inform you that 2021 exam certificates are now ready for collection from the Academy in A Block reception. During term time the reception is open from 8.00am – 4.00pm. We require your child to collect their certificate(s) in person because these are legal documents. Alternatively, the person who is collecting them on their behalf must produce permission in writing from them in order for us to release the certificates.
During school holidays the reception will be accessible between the hours of 9.00am and 3.00pm, not including bank holidays.
Certificates will be held until October half term 2022, after that date they will be sent home.
Revision Tips and Guidance
- Y11 Revision Study Skills
- Be Prepared
- English – Guide for Parents
- The Language of Maths
- Trigonometric Values
- Maths Formulae
Exam Policies and Procedures
- Complaints and Appeals Procedure
- Disability Policy
- Emergency Evacuation Policy
- Exam Contingency Plan
- Exam Policy
- GDPR Policy (Exams)
- Identifying Candidates for Exams
- Internal Appeals Procedures
- JCQ – Social Media
- Non Exam Assessment Policy
- Warning to Candidates
- Word Processor Policy (Exams)
- Written Exams – What’s Expected
Guide to CATs
For more information about CATs, please see this document.
If you have lost your results within the last five years we can send you a copy of those results. We cannot help you with certificates; these are only produced by the exam boards and you will need to approach them directly. If your results span a period of five years or more, you must contact the exam boards directly.
If you can no longer remember which exam board your subjects were with, you should check whether a friend from school has their results, and ask them who their subjects were with as we do not hold that information. Follow this guideline here: https://www.gov.uk/replacement-exam-certificate/if-your-old-exam-board-no-longer-exists
Once you know which boards to contact then please follow the links below:
Please remember this is not a free service and each exam board will charge you for obtaining this information.