Exam Contingency Days:
Thursday 8th June (pm), Thursday15th June (pm)and Wednesday 28 June (all day) 2023
The awarding bodies have designated Thursday 8 June(afternoon), Thursday 15th June (afternoon)and Wednesday 28 June (all day) 2023 as ‘contingency days’ for examinations.
The designation of a ‘contingency day’ within the common examination timetable is in the event of national or significant local disruption to examinations in the United Kingdom. It is part of the awarding bodies’ standard contingency planning for examinations.
Centres must therefore remind candidates that they must remain available until Wednesday 28 June 2023 should an awarding body need to invoke its contingency plan. This should be factored into their plans, including for holidays and the availability of exam accommodation.
Summer 2023 Examination Results
The Department for Education have confirmed that results for summer 2023 exams will be on 17 August 2023 for AS/A-levels and 24 August 2023 for GCSEs.
Please be advised that all Exam results must be collected in person by the candidate. However, where a candidate is unable to do so they may send a representative on their behalf. The person collecting the results will need to show a valid photo-id together with a signed letter from the candidate authorising them to collect the results. The authorised person will be asked to sign for the collection of the results on the day.
Summer 2023 Exam timetables
Summer 2023 GCSE and CNAT exam timetables
Summer 2023 A Level exam timetables
The following links for exam boards may prove useful:
Key examination performance, retention and destination data
Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.
Key Stage 4:
- Progress 8 score 0.31
- Attainment 8 score 53.8
- % of pupils achieving Grade 5 or above in GCSE English and maths 60%
- % of pupils entering the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) 21%
- % of pupils staying in education or employment after KS4 97%
Key Stage 5:
- Average point score per pupil per entry 38.22 or B -
- Best 3 A Levels Average total points 113.80
Average points 37.93
- AAB in at least 2 facilitating subjects 18.5%
- Level 3 vocational entry measures n/a
- Technical certificate entry measures n/a
- % of students retained to the end of Year 13 98%
- % of students progressing to sustained education, training or employment after 16-18 study
88% *2019/20 data
- % of students progressing to higher education or training 72% *2019-20 data
Exam Policies and documents
Exam policies and documents can be found here