Public Examinations – Results Days 2023
Examination results will be distributed in person to students after 8:00am on Thursday 17th August (for A Level, BTEC and CTEC qualifications) and after 8:00 on Thursday 24th August (for GCSE and Cambridge National qualifications).
The school will provide support to students following the publication of results. Further advice and guidance will be published along with results on the dates above by email to the students.
A-Level/BTEC/CTEC Results Day – Thursday 17th August
GCSE Results Day – Thursday 24th August
Contingency Date – Summer Exams 2023
Thursday 8th June and Thursday 15th June 2023 (afternoons only), and Wednesday 28th June 2023 (all day). This means that all exam candidates must be available to sit exams from the date of their first exam until Wednesday 28th June 2023.
Summer 2023 Exam Timetable
Please see the downloads section for the Summer 2023 examination timetable for all public examinations taking place in the summer. The timetable will be updated as changes are made, so please check this regularly.
Advance Information – Summer 2022
The exam boards have published advance information on the content of most GCSE, AS and A level exams in summer 2022 on their public websites. This is part of a package of support for students, including changes to non-exam assessment, providing formulae and equation sheets in some exams and more generous grading, to help make exams as fair as possible this year. There is advance information for all GCSE, AS and A level subjects, with the exceptions of art and design (because they do not have written exams) and GCSEs in English Literature, History, Ancient History and Geography, which have some optional topics or content instead.
The ‘advance information’ is subject by subject, specification by specification, specific outlines of the focus of questions across many of the summer exams. This link will take you to an overview of the support being provided for each qualification for students taking GCSEs, AS and A levels in 2022
Students will also get formulae sheets for GCSE maths exams and updated equation sheets for GCSE physics and combined science exams, so they won’t have to memorise as much.
As well as advance information and formulae sheets, students will be supported by generous grading, which will provide them with a safety-net to protect them from just missing out on a grade.
The Examinations Officer is Tracey Williams