We wish you the very best for your exams.
|Mrs L Burkert||Mrs H Minett|
|Data and Exams Manager||Deputy Examinations Officer|
Candidate Information Documents |
Full 2022-2023 Planned Exams Schedule
Year 10 Mock Examinations (& Yr12 Maths Studies)
Summer National Exams
Cambridge Nationals Summer 2023 Unit Resit Form
Cambridge Technicals Summer 2023 Unit Resit Form
Candidate Information Documents
Chipping Campden School Exams Handbook 2022-2023
JCQ Information For Candidates
- Written Examinations
- Coursework Assessments
- Non-Examined Assessments
- On-Screen Assessments
- Privacy Notice
- Social Media
- On Exam Day
Subject/Awarding Body List
Here is a list of the subjects we offer at GCSE and A Level, and the Awarding Body that we currently use for each of those subjects. Please note the Awarding Bodies for a subject at GCSE can be different to the same subject at A Level.
Summer Exam Results
- Year 10 mocks are the next set of exams we are running, and these start immediately on our return after Easter, on Monday 17th April, and run for two full weeks. Personalised timetables will be released on Edulink by 24th March, subject entries are already available on Edulink.
- January 2023 exam results are due to be issued on Wed 15th March for Cambridge Technicals (Sixth Form qualifications) and Thurs 16th for Cambridge Nationals (Year 11 qualifications).
- Summer external exam Statement of Entry letters will be distributed during Tutor Time from Wed 17th March, along with subject entries on Edulink. Seated timetables with resolves clashes will be released by 21st April.
- November 2022 exam certificates will be distributed to students during March. Please keep these safe, they will cost you approx £50 to replace each certificate.
"Attainment in GCSE has been consistently above national averages over the past few yearsPupils now achieve GCSE attainment well above the national average. Eight out of 10 pupils achieve A* to C grades in English and mathematics, compared to around six out of 10 nationally. Over a third achieve the English Baccalaureate suite of subjects, compared to under a quarter nationally."
"Around four in 10 students go to Russell Group universities, compared with one in 10 nationally."