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There is no doubt that examinations are an important part of education, and are considered by many as the primary benchmark of success. Whilst we adopt a rounded approach to education and allow pupils to develop wide-ranging skills which are important in later life, we also make every effort to fully prepare them to excel in external examinations.

Our examination results have shown a consistent improvement for over a decade, as a consequence of greater academic rigour. Pupils sit internal tests in each year to develop exam technique and become accustomed to periods of extended writing. For senior pupils, teachers hold revision seminars and essay-writing workshops to prepare them for GCSEs and A-levels in the best possible way.

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Information for Candidates JCQ

Please click on the link below for the following important candidate information documents from the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ):

  • Coursework
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  • Privacy Notice
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JCQ Information for Candidates 2022-23

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Information for Candidates Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)

CAIE Information for Candidates 2022-23

CAIE Examination Regulations

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100% of 2021 leavers gained entry to their university of choice
92% of A-Level results were A*-C or equivalent in 2022 examinations