Examination Advice, Guidance & Policies

It is the aim of St Thomas More Catholic Academy & Sixth Form College to make the examination experience as stress-free and successful as possible for all students.

 

Below you will find information on our policies, procedures and guidance. 

Access-Arrangements-Policy Updated for 2021-2022

Advance Information for General Qualifications (For Students) Updated for 2021-2022

Centre Policy for Teacher Assessed Grades Updated for 2021-2022

Emergency-Evacuation-Procedure-Examinations Updated for 2021-2022

Examinations Contingency Policy Updated for 2021-2022

Examinations-Policy Updated for 2021-2022

Coping with exam pressure - a guide for students New for 2022

 Student Exam Guidance Handbook New for 2022

All KS4 & KS5 students receive an Examination Guidance Handbook before the exam season begins. This gives you all the advice and guidance you should need to be exam ready.

If you have any exam related queries please contact our Examinations Officer, Natalie Waite, on waite.n@st-thomas-more.net

Please note that all examinations taken will be subject to JCQ Regulations.

 

Information For Candidates - Updated 2021-2022

Information for candidates - Privacy Notice

Information for candidates - Written Exams

Information for candidates - Non-Exam Assessments

Information for candidates - Coursework Assessment

Information for candidates - Social Media 

Information for candidates - on-screen tests

Need your old exam results?

UCAS have provided a guide on how to obtain old exam results. You can access this information by clicking this link to their website: 

https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/applying-university/filling-your-application/what-do-if-you-dont-have-copies-old-exam-certificates

You will need to find out which exam boards your exams were with in order to request replacement transcripts. The main exam boards used within the UK are:

  • OCR
  • AQA
  • Pearson/Edexcel
  • WJEC
  • CCEA

Gov.uk has provided information on what you can do if your exam board no longer exists. You can find this information here: https://www.gov.uk/replacement-exam-certificate/if-your-old-exam-board-no-longer-exists 

Schools and colleges are required to retain certificates for a period of 12 months after they are issued, however, we may still be able to help. Although we may not be able to provide you with a certificate, we can provide Universities and Colleges with a copy of your exam results, however, we can only go back so far.