Please click here to view a copy of the timetable for Year 10 exams starting on Tuesday 18th June. The exams will run for two weeks, students will sit an exam in almost every subject.
The exams will be sat in the hall to replicate the GCSE experience, students will be in a formal seating plan, they will have more than one exam per day, will practice the timings used in real GCSE exams and also develop their revision strategies.
Please encourage your children to do their very best in all of the exams. The results from the exams will be used to inform Year 11; to put in support where required and more challenge where appropriate, this will enable students to secure the best outcomes when they sit their final exams.
‘Positively Mad’ workshop for parents
Monday 24th June, 5.00-5.50pm
‘Positively Mad’ are running a revision and exam style learning workshop for students on Monday 24th June. Students will receive more information about when they will attend. ‘Positively Mad’ are also holding a workshop for parents on the same day, this will include tips and practical strategies to support your child through their GCSE exams, along with guidance on raising aspirations. The session is running from 5.00-5.50pm. All parents and carers are welcome, we hope to see lots of you there.
Finally, in order to provide revision and study support for students in their final year of GCSEs, there will be a study support programme running in the first week of October half term (21st – 25th October).