Information relating to internal/external examinations and rules and regulations can be found by clicking on the relevant headings below. Please check regularly for any updates/additional information. Information for Candidates Coursework Assessments Non-Examination Assessments Written Exams Onscreen Tests No Unauthorised Items Warning to Candidates Privacy Notice Social Media Year specific information Year 10 Year 11 Year 11 GCSE Mock Exam Timetable – October 2020 Year 12 Year 13 Student Information on Examinations Students should arrive in good time for all examinations. Students must be in the examination room/hall for 9.00 am for morning examinations and 1.00 pm for afternoon examinations. Some afternoon examinations may finish after 3.15 pm. Seating plans will be displayed in Houseblocks each day. Students must check their seat number before entering the examination room and know their candidate number. Students must not have any electronic equipment including mobile phones, ipads, ipods, MP3 players, wrist watches with data storage devices with them OR in their pockets, even if they are switched off or have batteries removed. They must be handed in to Main Reception and will be returned immediately after the examination finishes. Alarms on watches should be deactivated before entering the examination room. If this is not possible they should not be brought in. Bags are not allowed in examination rooms and should be left in the designated areas in the Houseblocks. Students should enter the examination room in silence. No talking or contact with other students should be made until examinations have been completed and students are outside the examination room. Students should make sure they have all the necessary equipment for their examinations – pen (black ink only) plus spare, pencils, pencil sharpener, ruler, eraser etc. Some examinations may require additional specialist equipment e.g. calculator, geometry equipment, copies of text books or art materials. Calculator covers are no longer allowed in examination rooms and should be left in bags. Students are NOT allowed to use Tippex, correcting or gel pens in any examinations. All equipment must be in a transparent pencil case or plastic bag. Students must ensure that they write their legal name on all examination papers. Students must not write inappropriate, obscene or offensive material on their examination papers. If you try to cheat or break the rules in any way you could be disqualified from all your subjects. Incidents of cheating include bringing notes into the examination hall, having a mobile phone on you (even if it is turned off), copying another student’s work etc. External examinations cannot be completed at any other time than stated on the students examination timetable. Students should inform the Examinations Officer immediately of any change of circumstances e.g. injuries or illness. Students should eat breakfast or lunch before examinations. No drinks, sweets or food are allowed in examination rooms unless for medical reasons. Water is available for any students who require a drink during an examination. Sixth Form students are allowed to bring water into examination rooms. This should be in a transparent bottle with the label removed. Students in Year 10 and Year 11 must wear full school uniform to all examinations.