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Examinations

"I'm not telling you it's going to be easy. I'm telling you it's going to be worth it."
Art Williams

Tel: 0118 969 0336
Email: Examsofficer@waingels.wokingham.sch.uk

 

Summer 2022 Exam Results Days

A Level- TBC

GCSE - TBC

 

Examination Documents and Notices

JCQ Information for Candidates Written Exams 2021-2022

JCQ Information for Candidates Non Examination Assessments 2021-2022

JCQ Information for Candidates Coursework 2021-2022

JCQ Information for Candidates On Screen Tests 2021-2022

JCQ Information for Candidates Privacy Notice 

JCQ Information to Candidates Social Media

Review of Centre Assessment Marking Policy- TBC

Request for a Review of Centre Assessed Marking Form- TBC

Review of Centre Assessed Marking Letter- TBC

 

JCQ Warning to Candidates
JCQ No Unauthorised Items Poster
Ofqual GCSE, AS, and A-Level Reforms in England
Student/Parent Information Booklet

Frequently Asked Questions 

 

Post Results Information

Post Results Information 

Post Results Services Enquiry, Consent and Payment Form

 

Contingency Date

A contingency date is a day specifically set aside, should sustained national or local disruption arise during the June 2020 examination series. If disruption happens, the GCSE and/or GCE (A Level) examinations would be taken either for the first time or again on that day.

The contingency date for 2022: 29th June 2022

Therefore students taking public examinations are reminded that they must remain available up to and including the contingency date should an awarding body need to invoke its contingency plan. This is even if their timetable indicates their last exam is much earlier.  This decision is not a school decision and applies to all candidates in all schools nationwide.

https://ofqual.blog.gov.uk/2020/01/17/save-the-date-gcse-and-a-level-exam-contingency-day-2020/

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Examsofficer@waingels.wokingham.sch.uk

 

Examination Certificates

Certificates must be signed for. They will be available from the Exams Office after Presentation Evening in December. If you wish for another person to collect your certificates on your behalf, you must provide them with a signed letter of authorisation and they must also bring in photographic identification. We require 24 hours notice.

If you have misplaced your certificates, please visit https://www.gov.uk/replacement-exam-certificate.

 

Ofqual Blog- GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents

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Useful Links

DFE Fact Sheet for Parents

Edexcel
Oxford, Cambridge & RSA Examinations
Assessment & Qualifications Alliance
WJEC - Wales & England
NCFE - A national Awarding Organisation originally known as Northern Council for Further Education
VTCT - Vocational Training Charitable Trust