Examinations summer 2020
Information for Class 10
- Students will be able to collect their results in person between 10am and 12noon.
- Students will enter the school via the in gate next to the Estates Hut and queue, socially distanced, to receive their results.
- The collection point will be the foyer of the Upper School building and they will enter through the Fire Door and exit through the Main Door and then immediately leave the grounds via the exit gate near to the Gate House, staff will be on hand to direct this flow of students.
- Parents/siblings/friends will NOT be allowed to accompany the students onto the site to avoid large gatherings
- Students who cannot collect in person can email firstname.lastname@example.org and the results will be emailed to the student at 10am
- The results are the student's and therefore CANNOT be given or emailed to any other person, parents included, unless the student has emailed email@example.com giving their express instructions to hand their results to another person.
- If the results are not collected on Thursday 20th August they will be posted, first class, to the address we have on the database for the student unless notified otherwise.
Exam entry procedures for the following subjects:
- GCSE English
- GCSE Maths
- GCSE French
- GCSE German
- the grade they believe you were most likely to get if teaching, learning and exams had happened as planned
- within each subject, the order of students at your school or college, by performance, for each grade
This information will be used to standardise judgements – allowing fine tuning of the standard applied across schools and colleges Your school or college will consider a range of things like your classwork and homework; your results in assignments and any mock exams; any non-exam assessment or coursework you might have done; and your general progress during your course. This information will allow us, with exam boards, to standardise grades across schools and colleges, to make sure that, as far as possible, results are fair and that students are not advantaged or disadvantaged because their schools or colleges are more generous or harsh than others when making those judgements. That means the final grade you get could be different from the one your school or college sends to the exam board."
- English - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Maths - email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- French - email@example.com
- German - firstname.lastname@example.org