Equipment/Timetables/Statement of Entry

  • Pens - 2 black (at least)
  • Ruler, preferably 30cm
  • pencil
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Eraser
  • Non-programmable calculator
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Coloured pencils

Correction fluid or pen is not allowed.
Pencil case must be a transparent bag or case.
Drinking water is permitted but must be in a unlabelled, transparent plastic bottle.
For Mathematics and Science exams, students should check that their calculators are working and conform to exam regulations. If in doubt your son/daugher must check with their teacher. Whilst we have a few spare calculators, students need to take responsibility for bringing their own calculator to exams.

Timetables

The time-tables are correct at the time of publishing.
Dates & starting times are specified. Changes are unlikely, but circumstances may cause starting times or rooms to differ from those printed. All alterations will be published on the notice board (by the exam office), and announced at other examination sessions prior to the affected exam.
It is important that the school timetable is followed for starting times.

Statement of Entry

This stipulates the examinations that your son/daugher has been entered for. If there are mistakes, omissions or clashes they must be notified to the exam officer as soon as possible.

Dates and morning & afternoon sessions will be as published.
Starting times (9.00am & 1.30pm) are nominal & the school timetable will notify the actual starting times (see Timetables).
Your son/daughter is responsible for knowing the time and place of his/her exams.

Contingency day

The 2020 exams contingency day is Wednesday 24 June 2020. This means that all external exam candidates must be available to sit their exams from the date of their first exam until this date. It is not a school decision and applies to all candidates in all schools. If the Joint Council for Qualifications decide that they need to postpone an exam in the event of a significant incident they will rearrange it for this date. The principle is to allow all students a fair and equal chance.

 

 

Summer 2020 A Level Timetable
Summer 2020 GCSE Timetable
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