Exams Information


This date has been set by JCQ as a contingency day, should sustained national or local disruption arise during the Summer 2022 examination series. If disruption occurs, the GCSE and/or A-Level exams (or equivalent) would be taken either for the first time or again on any date up to and including the contingency day.

Students taking public examinations should not plan to go on holiday before the 30th June regardless of when their last exam takes place.

This is a JCQ decision and applies to all students taking GCSE and or A-Levels (or equivalent) in Summer 2022 in all schools and colleges.

Please click here to view our exams results for the GCSEs and A Levels sat in 2019. 

Candidate Exam Information

The Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) have published their guidance for students sitting examinations, located in the downloads section below.

All students in Years 9-13 must read these as failure to follow the rules and regulations they set out can result in disqualification.

This has been updated to include the Non-Examination Assessment policies.

If anyone has any questions regarding these documents please speak to the Exams Office for more information.