GCSE Examinations May 2018
With just weeks to go before the final exams we wanted to reiterate our expectations of your child so that they are given the best chance in their exams.
Letter GCSE Examinations May 2018
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Uniform is as important as always with Year 11 being role models for younger year groups.
- School shoes not boots or trainers
- No earrings or any jewellery
May Half Term – Revision Programme
Please find below a timetable for revision over the May half term.
The first session runs from 9.30 to 11am. Students are expected to arrive on time, fully equipped and ready to learn. Students will not be admitted to the school if they are late.
There will be a 15 minute break between 11am and 11.15am for students that are remaining in school for the second session. Students should bring their own refreshments and will be supervised in class by their teacher. All students not attending a second session will be expected to leave straight away.
The second session will run from 11.15am to 1pm. There will be no refreshments at 1pm and students will be expected to leave straight away.
9.30am – 11am
11.15am – 1pm
|Tuesday May 29th||Science A band||S5 corridor||Science B band
|Wednesday May 30th||Hospitality||F4.20||Hospitality|
|Thursday May 31st||Business – 11X||S3.6||Business- 11W||S3.6|
|Maths – by invitation||S4.8||span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Economics||S4.15|
|Friday June 1st||Music||N5.5||Music||N5.5|
|Business – 11X||Business – 11W||S3.6|
|English – 11A4 and 11B4||N3.9|
Library and after school study
The library is open Monday to Thursday until 5pm in term time for independent revision.
Please click here to access the blank weekly revision timetable which Year 11 students should use to plan their weekly study. We always refer to the mantra ‘3 hours per day, 5 days per week’ in the run up to exams. These 15 hours of independent study can be spread over the week in a number of ways but serves as a guide to how much revision students should be completing from February to June in their final year. After school and weekend sessions should also count towards these 15 hours.