The Holy Trinity Church of England Secondary School

Examinations and Assessment

To view the Summer GCSE  and GCE Exam Timetable for the  May/June 2022 series please click here.  

To view the Year 13 Pre Public Exams Timetable for April 2022, please click here.

Results Days for 2022 are:-  

A Levels/KS5 -  Thursday 18th August 2022 

GCSE's/KS4 - Thursday 25th August 2022

For The Student Exam Regulations Booklet 2021/2022 click here.

To see a short video on how exam papers are marked by the exam boards click here

For Candidate Information for Written Exams Notice click here

For The Exam Boards Candidate Warning Notice click here

For The Mobile Phone And Electronic Devices Warning Poster click here

For The Smart Watch Warning Notice click here

For the Permitted Water Bottles poster click here

For Revision Tools Guide click here

 To view the JCQ Information for Candidates - On screen tests click hereThis document has been written to help you. Read it carefully and follow the instructions. If there is anything you do not understand, ask your teacher.

To view the JCQ Information for Candidates - Non examination assessments click hereThis document tells you about some things that you must and must not do when you are completing your work. When you submit your work for marking, the awarding body will normally require you to sign an authentication statement confirming that you have read and followed these regulations.

To view the JCQ Information for Candidates - Coursework click hereThis document tells you about some things that you must, and must not do when you are completing coursework.
When you submit any coursework for marking, you will be asked to sign an authentication statement confirming that you have read and followed these regulations.

To view the JCQ Information for Candidates - Social Media click hereGuidelines when referring to examinations/assessments through the Internet. This document has been written to help you. Please read it carefully.

To view the JCQ Information for Candidates - GCSE controlled assessments click hereThis document tells you about some things that you must and must not do when you are completing your work. When you submit any work for marking, you will be asked to sign an authentication statement confirming that you have read and followed these regulations.