Exams Office

Public exams can be a stressful time for students, parents and carers, and it is very important that all those involved are well informed. Please take time to thoroughly read all the information on this page and acquaint yourself with the examination rules and regulations.

Fitzharrys School makes every effort to ensure that our students receive the best possible preparation for their exams, that the administrative arrangements run smoothly, and that exams are conducted in a way that will cause as little stress as possible to help our students achieve their best.

 

Exams Office contact information

Please don't hesitate to contact the Exams Office during school ours if you have any queries. We would be pleased to answer any questions you have.

Isabel Hale - Exam Officer

01235 462405 (Monday - Thursday)

Email: ihale@fitzharrys.oxon.sch.uk

Information for Candidates

Coursework and Non-Exam Assessments

Pupils who are preparing coursework or non-exam assessments should be aware of these documents:

Coursework Assessments: Information for Candidates

Non-exam Assessments: Information for Candidates

 

Exam Day

On the day of your exam, there is a lot of information you need to remember. Familiarise yourself with this information in advance and if there is anything you don't understand, please talk to your teacher or pop into the Exams Office for advice. 

Please read the following information sheets:

Written Examinations: Information for Candidates

Onscreen Tests: Information for Candidates

 

Exam Room Regulations

When you are in the exam room, you are expected to behave according to exam regulations. Two exam posters will be displayed in the exam room to remind you of these regulations (see below).

Unauthorised Items poster

Warning to Candidates notice

 

Calculators

You will be permitted to use a calculator for some of your exams. You are responsible for making sure that your calculator meets the awarding bodies' regulations. Please read the following information sheet for detailed guidance.

Calculator Brief

 

Mobile Phones & Other Devices

It is advisable to leave mobile phones, smart watches, regular watches, iPods, MP3/4 or similar and notes at home on a day when you have exams.  If this is not possible, then you need to leave them in your school bag which will be stored securely in a holding room.  If you still have any of these items on you when you enter the exam room, you must hand them into an invigilator. 

 

Social Media

People often like to share experiences when taking examinations.  However, it is important to consider very carefully what you say online as comments could lead to an investigation for malpractice or incurred penalties. Please read the following guidelines to help you write posts and comment safely, without breaking examination rules.

Social Media: Information for Candidates

 

Exam Timetables

Assessment information and examination timetables can be found below:

Year 10

Year 10 Mock Exams – Summer 2022 - TBA

Year 11

Year 11 March Assessments

Year 11 March Assessments

Year 13

Year 13 Mocks – January 2022 

Year 13 Mock Exams Timetable

Exam Results - Summer 2022

Dates for the release of examination results can be found below; more information to follow.

A-level Exam Results Day

Thursday 18th August 2022

GCSE Exam Results Day

Thursday 25th August 2022

 

After Results

After receiving your exam results, there are a few options available to you which are explained in the following documents:

A Level

Results Day 18th August 2022 - EAR Fees - GCE - document to follow.

GCSE

Results Day 25th August 2022 - EAR Fees - GCE - document to follow.

 

If you would like to request one of these services, you will need to complete the ESR1 (Exam Service Request form) and return it with payment to the exams office.

ESR1 (Exam Service Request form) - document to follow, in the summer term.

The School Complaints Post Results and Appeals procedure and internal Appeals Procedures are available upon request from the Exam Officer. Remember, if you are considering applying for a review of marking, marks can go down as well as up.