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Exams 2020/2021

PUBLIC EXAMS SUMMER 2021 – GCSE/A LEVEL

The Department for Education has announced, GCSE and A level exams will go ahead next summer 2021.  Teachers and students will be given more time to prepare for them to help make up for the disruptions caused by the pandemic.  The summer exam season will take place 3 weeks later than usual.  One English GCSE and one Mathematics GCSE paper will be scheduled before the half term holiday.  All other exams will start on 7th June and end on 2nd July.

STUDENTS WHO MISS ALL EXAMS IN ONE SUBJECT

If a student misses all GCSE or A level assessments in a subject due to sickness related to coronavirus (COVID-19), or the need to self-isolate and is unable to access the special consideration process, they will be eligible to sit a single contingency paper. This will take place between 28 June to 16 July 2021 and timetabled to allow at least a 10-day gap after each subject’s final paper in the main series

PUBLIC EXAMS SUMMER TIMETABLE 2021

GCSE and BTEC Level 2 Exam Timetable 2021

A Level BTEC Level 3 and English and Maths GCSE resits

YEAR 11 MOCK EXAMS December 2020 Maths, English and Science

YEAR 11 MOCK EXAMS/PUBLIC EXAMSJanuary 2021 Religious Education and Option Subjects

JCQ REGULATION DOCUMENTS 2021

  1.       Information for Candidates – Written Examinations
  2.       Information for Candidates – On-Screen Examinations
  3.       Information for Candidates – Non Exam Assessments
  4.       Information for candidates –  Privacy Notice
  5.       Information for Candidates – Social-Media
  6.       Information for Candidates – Warning to Candidates 

St Wilfrid’s Internal Appeals Procedure 2020 – 2021 –  click here 

St Wilfrid’s Candidate Information Exam Procedures – click here

Policy Severe Weather Arrangements for Public Examinations

  • Public Examinations will still run even if the School is closed owing to severe weather (within the limits of Health and Safety Regulations)
  • Announcements on the school website and local radio will be specific about the candidates scheduled to sit external public exams: (For example- St Wilfrid’s High school is closed owing to bad weather today, but students taking public examinations should make their way to school as normal. Examinations will start as close as possible to the published start times and candidates should report to the exam room on arrival.)