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Examinations

In this section you will find information on exam and coursework regulations, timetables and dates for results which will be posted at the relevant times throughout the year.

 

Contingency day 2022: Wednesday 29 June

The Joint Council of Qualifications (JCQ) have declared that Wednesday 29th June will be the contingency day for Summer 2022 examinations. This is the last date that any exam can take place on, should it have to be moved from its original time / date.  All students must be available up to and including this date.

Please click here to download a copy of the letter sent to Year 11 parents/carers on  13.12.2021 for full details. 

 

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OCR Exam board advice

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Joint Council for Qualifications Key Dates

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Joint Council for Qualifications Information for Candidates

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Latest News

26 August 2022

2022 GCSE Results

Once again we are celebrating superb GCSE results today, despite the challenges of the last 2 years.  HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to our year 11 students who have achieved so well.    There have been some exceptional individual and subject performances.    82% grade 4 and above in both English and Maths   71% grade 5 and above in both English and Maths   English    89% achieved grade 4- 9    76% achieved grade 5- 9    Maths   85% achieved grade 4- 9   76% achieved grade 5- 9   Top Grades 7-9    67% achieved grades 7-9 in Chemistry   64% achieved grades 7-9 in Computer Science   60% achieved grades 7-9 in Physics   94% achieved grades 4-9 in French   89% achieved grades 4-9 in Spanish   87% achieved grades 4-9 in RE   Grade 9   In total , our students achieved 91 grade 9s.   21 students achieved grades 7-9 in all of their subjects.   17 students achieved a grade 9 in RE;    14 students achieved a grade 9 in Maths    14 students achieved a grade 9 in English.     Students have shown enormous resilience over the last few years and we are so proud of each individual’s personal achievements.  We are so fortunate to have staff who go above and beyond to support our students in every way and today we celebrate the hard work and commitment of staff and students.   This success is testament to the high quality teaching and care that students receive and to our partnership with parents.  The Headteacher Mary O’Keeffe, said “I am delighted that so many individual pupils have achieved outstanding personal performance.  We are so proud of them  - they are truly amazing. I thank all the staff who have worked tirelessly to make this possible and our parents and families for their continued support of their sons. We are looking forward to them flourishing in our Sixth Form”
18 August 2022

College Celebrates Excellent A-Level Results 2022

College Celebrates Excellent A level Results 2022  Huge congratulations to our year 13 students on achieving excellent results again this summer, the first year of public examinations since 2019.   We are delighted that over 75% of our students achieved their first choice university place in what has been a highly competitive year.   Students have shown enormous resilience in the face of the significant challenges that the pandemic has posed and have made superb progress.  This is testament to their hard work, the high quality of teaching and support from our staff, and the support of parents and carers.      There were some exceptional results in specific subject areas especially at the A*/B boundary as follows:   A*/B grades  Biology 78%  Chemistry 82%  Computer Science 60%  Further Maths 100%  History 76%  Maths 60%  Philosophy and Ethics 63%  Physics 77%  We wish our Year 13 students every happiness and fulfilment as they embark on the next stage of their life journey.  They will remain part of our community and will be in our thoughts and prayers as they go into to world to make their mark.   “We are incredibly proud of the academic achievements and the wonderful results of our year 13 students but, as importantly, if not more so, we are proud of who they are.   They have developed in to fine young adults who will continue to make a positive contribution to society.   It is wonderful that our students have the academic qualifications that they need to access the universities and courses of their choice.  I am incredibly grateful to our dedicated staff who go above and beyond day in, day out to support our students.   This is a very happy day for St Ignatius College.   Mary O’Keeffe Headteacher