The Government announced that arrangements for the 2022 summer exams are expected to be largely unchanged from what was laid out last year. Exams will therefore go ahead, meaning last year’s teacher assessed grades (TAGs) have been removed, but extra “mitigations” will be allowed to compensate students for disruption to their education caused by the Covid pandemic. TAGs will only be used as a contingency if all exams are cancelled.
Ofqual have written a letter to all students with more details which can be found below and there are other links that you may find useful:
Additional help for students.
Revision help for students.
Coping with exam pressure.
Below are links to the exam boards for our school:
Year 11 Examination Information 2021-22
It is our expectation for all pupils taking examinations in Summer 2022 to read our supporting Examination Information Booklet 2021-22 document below. This document contains details on the rules and regulations for conducting examinations, along with further information about what to expect before, during and after your exams. Please read this document carefully, along with the JCQ notices below.
JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications)
The following notices are for guidance regarding exams and exam conditions and students need to familiarise themselves with these. The notices may be accessed via the JCQ website or via the individual links below:
Please see below for the GCSE Exam Timetable for Summer 2022.
Students will also be given individual exam timetables nearer the time.