If you have a query regarding exams, please contact the Exams Office (01752 691000 Ext 1330). Alternatively send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information for Parents and Candidates
There are a range of resources and help sheets that can aid students in preparing for the upcoming exam season. As well as the information and tools provided, there are a range of Revision Support Sessions and resources available from Departments. Students have been given details of these and further information can be found by asking their Teachers.
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You can contact the College via email@example.com at any point to discuss issues relating to Year 11 attainment. The roles and responsibilities are provided here.
Use this space to add in important assessment dates and deadlines. Use the blue space around this section to provide more detail if necessary.
May and June tend to be the busiest assessment and examination periods with the vast majority of examinations and controlled assessments within this period. You should be able to get your examination dates from the College website from October.
Use this space to add in monthly targets. These can be related to the assessment deadlines of subjects, personal revision targets or other targets that you may have set to push your learning and examination preparation forward.
This section can be used to keep track of your target grade versus your actual performance within each of your subjects. This should allow you to structure your revision activities more effectively by targeting those subjects where you are underachieving.
This section allows you to circle important dates so that you can quickly identify important dates at a quick glance. These can be assessment dates and perhaps or important dates such as the school prom.
Create a realistic weekly plan for your revision activities. Try to use this plan on a daily basis to ensure that you are allocating enough time to all of your subjects as well as allowing enough time outside of the revision to unwind and relax.
Please click here for a copy of the BTEC Student Handbook. All students are given the handbook (which they sign for) at the beginning of their course in Year 12.