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Assessments 2021

Welcome to our Assessment 2021 Information page. Below you will find all the information you and your child needs about how they will be assessed this term. Click here for our Centre Assessment Policy which details our school approach. You can also access all the letter we have sent regarding these summers assessments by clicking below.

Letter to Families - Assessments Webpage  
Letter to Yr10 Families - Summer Assessments Letter to Yr11, 12 and 13 Families - Summer Assessments
Letter to Families - Exam Update and Catch Up Lessons Letter to Families - Exam Update FEB21
 

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Assessment Timetables 2021

Below, you will find assessment plans which have been written with students in mind. The plans provide an overview of the topics to be covered in lessons and when the assessments will take place. Students should already have received this from their teachers but here they are - all in one place. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by email on jmorgan@sjhs.newport.sch.uk 

Click on your year group and select a subject to see assessment dates and revision information. Feel free to download these timetables and save them to use devices. If there are any changes your child will be informed by their subject teacher.

year 10 

If there are any changes to the timetable below, your child will be informed by their subject teacher.

English Literature

year 11 

year 12 

If there are any changes to the timetable below, your child will be informed by their subject teacher.

Maths GCSE RESIT
 
Applied Business Art Biology Business
Chemistry Drama English Geography
History Maths Physics Sociology
Welsh Criminology    

year 13 

If there are any changes to the timetable below, your child will be informed by their subject teacher.

Maths GCSE RESIT
 
Applied Business Art Biology Business
Chemistry IT (CambTech) Drama English
History Maths Media Physics
Product Design Sociology Sport WBQ
Welsh Criminology Law  

Results Dates 2021

AS and A2 Results
Tuesday 10th August 2021

GCSE Results
Thursday 12th August 2021


At St Joseph's RC High School we recognise that sitting examinations can be a very stressful time for students. It is therefore important that they familiarise themselves with some of the rules and regulations that govern how they should approach certain aspects of the examinations.

Preparing for Success

For some helpful tips and instructions for making the most of your revision time, or to download the rota please click on the pages below.

Hints and Tips
for revision success

Revision rota
and tally sheet

Revision Booklet


Exam Boards and Past Examination Papers

The main exam boards used at St Joseph's RC HIgh School are WJEC, AQA, EDEXCEL and OCR. For further information please see these links to specific examinations boards.

www.wjec.co.uk    www.edexcel.com    www.aqa.org.uk    www.ocr.org.uk

Information for candidates

The JCQ (Joint Council for Qualifications) have published the following documents regarding rules and regulations. Please click on the link for more information.


Unable to Collect Results?
If you are unable to collect your results from the school on the indicated days, you can have them posted to you. You will need to give a stamped self-addressed envelope to Mrs Allen, Examinations Officer, before the end of the school year. Your results will then be posted to you the afternoon of results day. Sorry, we can not give results out over the telephone, by e-mail or fax. We can not give them to a friend to deliver to you.

If you want someone else to collect your results on your behalf, you must provide Mrs Allen with a signed letter of authority giving permission for that person to collect your results.

If you have any questions regarding examinations please don't hesitate to contact our Examination officer, Mrs Allen on 01633 653114 or email andrea.allen@newport.gov.uk


KS3 National Reading and Numeracy Information

Click on the document for more information: