Public exams can be a challenging time for students, parents and carers alike. Here at St Gregory the Great, we aim to make the process as smooth as possible by ensuring that students are well prepared and that the administrative arrangements are organised efficiently.
There is a plethora of information surrounding exams and we ask that students take the time to familiarise themselves with the rules and regulations so that they may feel confident about what is expected during the exam season.
In addition to the official documentation issued, our Exams Officer has created an easy to read A to Z Guide to Exams to help students with their preparation.
|Information for Candidates Appeal Process 2020.pdf||Download|
|Summer 2020 Grades for GCSE - AS - A level Guidance for Teachers - Students - Parents and Carers.pdf||Download|
|A to Z of Exams.pdf||Download|
|Non Examination Assessment Policy 2018 - 19.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Coursework.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Non-examination Assessments.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Onscreen Tests.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Privacy Notice.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Social Media.pdf||Download|
|Information for Candidates - Written Exams.pdf||Download|
Students taking their public exams will receive their individual timetables well in advance of the exam season thus, enabling them to plan their time accordingly.
GCSE Exam Contingency Day
Please note that exam boards have designated Wednesday 24th June 2020 as a Contingency Day. This means if a significant, unexpected event occurs nationally or locally during the exam period such that no students, or indeed, a large number of students are unable to sit an exam when planned, this day will be used to sit the exam. Therefore, it is recommended that students keep this date free.
Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Exams Office during school hours.
Mrs K Conway