Welcome to the web page dedicated to everything to do with public examinations at Cullompton Community College. I hope you will find this a useful resource and we will endeavour to keep it up to date as much as possible.
All the public examinations are conducted under the rules and regulations laid down by the Joint Council of Qualifications (JCQ) and the Examination Boards. The Boards we are currently using are Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR) ,Pearson (Edexcel), Assessment and Qualification Alliance (AQA) and WJEC .
If you have any concerns about examinations at Cullompton Community College please contact the Examination Officer, Ms T Vosper Telephone: 01884 33364 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yr 11 (leavers 2020)
Your exam certificates are now ready for collection. Due to Covid restrictions unfortunately you will not be unable to collect the certificates during normal school hours. We would therefore like you to collect the Certificates on Friday 11th December between the hours of 3.30pm and 5.30pm at the main school reception. Please wear a face mask and follow the Covid social distancing rules. If this date is not convenient for you, please contact the school to arrange an alternative date.
Yr 11 Mock Exam Timetable 2020/21
November - These were conducted from 9th November 2020 until 20th November.
March - Details of the March Mocks will be available in due course.
Exam dates - latest information
On the 12th October, the Government announced the summer exam series will start on 7 June and end on 2 July for GCSEs. There will be one English and one Maths GCSE exam in May, just before the Summer half term break.
It was announced today (3rd December 2020) that extra measures to "boost fairness and support students" will be used for next summer's GCSE and A-level exams in England, ministers have announced.
The measures mean:
- more generous grading than usual, in line with results from summer 2020, so that this year's cohort is not disadvantaged
- students getting advance notice - at the end of January - of some topic areas covered in exams to focus revision
- exam aids - such as formula sheets - provided in some exams to cut down on the memorising required
- additional "backup" exams - to be held in July - to give students a second chance to sit a paper if they have to miss main exams or assessments due to illness or self-isolation
- and a new expert group, which will monitor variation in the impact of the pandemic on students across the country.
Results day is Friday 27 August for GCSEs so students will start the following academic year as normal.
Information for Candidates
All relevant information can be found either in our Examination Policy or the Examination Booklet (link below) which is given to all our students taking Key Stage 4 examinations.