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Examination information

Results Day 2021 Arrangements

Around 8.30am on Thursday 12 August all students will receive an email via their school email address.  The email will show them how they can view their results on Edulink and download their ‘Statement of Results’ to pass onto their new College.  Parents and Carers will also be able to view the results the following day.
 
We would also like to offer Year 11 students the opportunity to collect their GCSE results from the School in person so that they can share the experience with their friends and perhaps speak to our Exams and Senior Leadership Teams if they have any questions about their results.
 
Students will be able to collect their results on Thursday 12 August between 10:00am and 11:30am from the Year 7 playground, this will be moved to the Year 11 playground under the canopies if it rains.
 
If students are not able to collect their results in person and would like to nominate someone to collect on their behalf, the student must email lagrela@stcatherines.college from their school email account with the full name of their nominated person, that person will need to bring photographic ID with them. Please understand that we will not be able to release the results to anybody other than the student if we do not receive this email request directly, due to data protection. 
 
We would also like to wish all of the students the very best of luck.

How will exams grades be awarded in 2021?

Following the cancellation of June 2021 exams Ofqual have now supplied an article for students to explain how their grades will be decided and the appeals process that will follow
 
 
You may also find the two infographics helpful as a quick guide:
 
St Catherine’s College Centre Policy explains how we will ensure the quality of Teacher Assessed Grades for Summer 2021.
To support this policy we have produced a ‘Student and Parent Subject TAG Evidence Overview’ to inform students which pieces of work may be included for each subject.

Exams Appeal Procedure for 2021

While we hope your results this year will be positive, we do understand that a very small number of you may wish to appeal against a result.  The appeal process this year is summarised in this JCQ Guidance Graphic.  There is also important information for students in the JCQ Appeals Guidance Appendix B document.
 
When you receive your results in August, we will share information about how to re-sit any exams in November, if you should wish to improve a grade.  Further information will also be provided on the appeals process
 
If you would like more support understanding the changes, please contact your Tutor, Head of Year or the Exams Team.

Examination protocol

Please note the following for all exams, whether mock or final:

  • Morning exams start at 9.00am, afternoon exams start at 2.00pm
  • Pupils should meet for their exam 15 minutes prior to the published start time
  • Pupils are reminded to look at the Yellow Bulletin where they will be advised of where to meet for their exam
  • All equipment is provided
  • Pupils should arrive in full school uniform to sit their exam
  • Any pupil arriving late to an exam may be refused entry

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