In particular, the following documents which can be found here:
Information for Candidates – Written Examinations Information for Candidates – Coursework Information for Candidates – Non Examination Assessments Information for Candidates – On-Screen Tests Information for Candidates – Privacy Notice Information for Candidates – Social Media
The centre will inform candidates of their centre assessed marks as a candidate is allowed to request a review of the centre’s marking before marks are submitted to the awarding body.
Any review must be undertaken before marks are submitted to the awarding body. Sufficient time will be given to candidates in order to allow them to review copies of material, as necessary, and reach a decision. The centre will also allow sufficient time for the review to be carried out, to make any necessary changes to marks and to inform the candidate of the outcome, all before the awarding body’s deadline.
For all other policies such as the below, please send a request email on the contact page:
Procedure for the emergency evacuation of the exam room
Exam Contingency Plan
Internal Appeals Policy
Policy covering the management of GCSE Controlled Assessments
Policy covering the management of NEA’s (Non Exam Assessments)
Disability Policy in compliance with relevant legislation
Absence from Examinations
You must attend all examinations on your individual Candidate Statement of Entry.
Misreading the timetable will not be acceptable as an explanation for absence.
If you miss an exam due to illness, you must telephone the Examinations Officer on 01229 407386 as soon as possible on the morning of the exam.
A medical certificate should be forwarded to the Examination Officer within 3 days of the exam missed.
Contingency Examination Day
The designation of a ‘contingency day’ within the common examination timetable is in the event of national or local disruption to examinations. It is part of the awarding bodies’ standard contingency planning for examination.