The results of PPEs 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, pupils will receive a summary sheet of their PPE 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 progress leaders.
Years 7 and 8
Years 7 and 8 will take their PPEs in January 2019. Please find below a link to the timetables for these examinations.Y7 & Y8 PPE Timetable January 2019
All students in Year 11 will take their second set of pre-public GCSE exams (PPEs) across all subjects from Monday 4th March to Thursday 14th March 2019. Please find below a link to our latest timetables.Year 11 PPE Timetable - March 2019
All students in Year 10 will take pre-public GCSE exams (PPEs) across all subjects from Monday 8th October to Monday 15th October 2018. Please find below a link to our latest timetables.Year 10 PPE Timetable October 2018
On this occasion, each Year 10 pupil will take two maths and one English exam in full examination conditions. By introducing pupils 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, pupils should attend school every day as normal. It is important that students take these PPEs seriously, as it gives them the opportunity to experience exam questions before their official exams in Year 11. The booklet below offers revision tips and a section on how parents and family members can best lend support to pupils in order for them to achieve their potential. In addition, pupils should of course follow advice given by subject teachers on what and how to revise.
Revision Guide for Students