Mock Exam Timetables
The results of mocks help to measure progress towards targets, establish predicted grades, inform teaching staff of specific gaps that need addressing and allow us to plan for appropriate intervention where necessary. After the assessment period, students will receive a summary sheet of their mock exam results as well as predicted and target grades and ATL.
Should you require further information or additional assistance in supporting your child, please contact specific subject teachers and your child's Head of Year.
Please find below an letter with an update regarding the Year 10 Summer 2021 Mock Exams including the timetable
Letter to parents / carers about the Year 10 Summer 2021 mock exams Y10 Summer Mocks Letter
By introducing students to formal exams at an early stage, we help them to become familiar with the strict examination protocol and thereby ease feelings of apprehension. During the assessment period, students should attend school every day as normal. It is important that students take these mock exams seriously, as it gives them the opportunity to experience exam questions before their official exams at the end of Year 11. The booklet below offers revision tips and a section on how parents and family members can best lend support to students in order for them to achieve their potential. In addition, students should of course follow advice given by subject teachers on what and how to revise.