Skip to content ↓

Examination information

Examinations for 2021-22

The provisional dates for the Summer Exam Series in 2022 have been set for 16th May until 23rd June 2022.  It is important that parents and students understand that these dates could still change and that holiday plans should not made close to these dates. This page will be updated with finalised dates once they have been set by the examination boards.
In addition to the Summer Exam period, throughout the year students may have structured Internal or External Assessments and Unit Examinations for some qualifications.  We will continue to update this page with upcoming dates as they are arranged, but parents and students will also receive more detailed information directly.
  • 27th January 2022 - Year 11 Early Years Unit 3 Exam
  • 31st January – Year 10 Drama Performance 1 Exam
  • 10th March – Year 11 Music Performance Exam
  • 14th, 15th 21st and 22nd March – Year 11 Hospitality & Catering Practical Exam
  • 21st and 22nd March – Year 11 Drama External Unit Practical and Written Exam
  • 29th March – Year 10 Drama Performance 2 Exam

Year 11 Mocks

These will take place over two weeks, before and after the Christmas Holidays.  The times and dates for each subject can be seen below.

The Year 11 Team will be discussing the Mocks with Year 11 students to help prepare them for these exams. In the next few weeks students will receive individual exam timetables and exam entries but timetables are also now visible on the ‘Examinations’ page of Edulink for both parents and students.

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 – However check your timetable for exact timings
  • Pupils are reminded to look at their exam timetables on Edulink for the dates, rooms and timings of each exam. 
  • Pupils should meet for their exam 15 minutes prior to the published start time and check the Yellow Bulletin where they will be advised of where to meet for their exam.
  • Students should arrive to each exam with their clear pencil case containing all of the stationary they need.
  • Pupils should arrive in full school uniform to sit their exam
  • Any pupil arriving late to an exam may be refused entry
  • Pupil should be familiar with the documents below which show the rules and regulations of external exam.

Get In Touch With Us

Hearing what you think about St Catherine's College, our approach to education, as well as our website helps us to drive continuous improvement. We are always keen to hear from you so please get in touch and tell us what you think.