Formal exams start on 15th May and run to 29th June. The last GCSE is on Tuesday 20th June and the last A-Level exam is n Thursday 29th June. There will also be an NCS Cache exam in February, timetable attached to this page.
Pre Public Examinations (Mock Exams)
There are now three slots on the calendar in late November/early December, March and June for exams (now called pre public exams). These are aimed at key stages 4 and 5. The timetable for the March PPE's is attached to this page.
Important information about sitting public exams
Make sure you take a look at all the documents listed on this page before sitting your public exams and read the most up-to-date advice from the Joint Council for Qualifications setting out what is expected of all students. Please also note the following, specific to Campsmount students:
- Exams will take place on the timetabled day and in the timetabled session, i.e. am or pm.
- Students should make every effort to attend their exams. If a student is going to be late for their exam or is unable to attend, please inform the school by telephone on 01302 700002 as soon as possible.
- Unless it is the final chance to take that exam it is unlikely we will be able to apply for special consideration if an exam is missed. You will need to take it in the next available session.
In the event that the school is unable to open for exams at all, we will take advice from the relevant examination board.
Information for candidates - controlled assessments - This document tells students about some things that they must and must not do when completing work.
Information for candidates - GCE, ELC and Project qualifications - coursework assessments. This document tells students about some things that they must, and must not do when completing coursework.
Information for candidates For on-screen tests. This document has been written to help students. Students should read it carefully and follow the instructions. If there is anything students do not understand, they should ask their teacher.
Information for candidates – Privacy Notice
Information for candidates on Social Media - Guidelines when referring to examinations/assessments through the Internet
For written examinations. This document has been written to help students. Students should read it carefully and follow the instructions. If there is anything students do not understand, especially which calculator they may use, they should ask their teacher.
No mobile devices - No potential technological/web enabled sources of Information are allowed to be taken into exams.