Exams 2021 Update
It has been a challenging Spring term for young people at school but none more so than for our exam year groups. A great deal of anxiety has been caused since the announcement at the start of the year that we were going into Lockdown 3 and that exams were to be ‘cancelled’ with no clear suggestion as to what would be in their place. I know the lack of information has caused distress in our exam year students and we have been passing on information as we have been receiving it, however, we are still awaiting some vital guidance with regard to the exact evidence that will be used to gain the final centre assessed grade (CAG), due to arrive on March 31st.
It is for this reason that, after Easter, we will be publishing a timetable of assessments which will contribute to the final CAG for each subject. Both you and your child will know exactly when a controlled assessment is due to be completed. Subject teachers will give you and your child the topics to revise ahead of the controlled assessment and if your child has any access arrangements in place, then these will be applied during all assessments.
Students have been given topics to revise over the Easter break by their subject teachers. Please ask them about these and support them to ensure that they revise thoroughly as controlled assessments will begin quickly upon their return to school.
Monday 12th April
Students to receive a timetable of controlled assessments.
Friday 11th June
The planned last day of on-site study for exam year groups. Please be advised that this is subject to change.
Friday 18th June
CAGs are submitted to the exam boards.
Tuesday 10th August
Results are published to Year 12 and 13 Students
Thursday 12th August
Results are published to Year 11 (and some Year 10) Students
To see details of our exam policies click the button below.
What you need:
- See-through Pencil Case
- 2 Pens (Black only, NOT gel)
- 2 Pencils
- Pencil Sharpener
- Scientific Calculator
Remember DO NOT bring a mobile phone or electronic device into school on the day of exams!
This year, 6th Form exam results were based on students’ predicted grades after exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harwich and Dovercourt Sixth Form College students obtained successful results, with a 100% pass rate and 36% A to B grades.
To be confirmed