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Cartmel Priory School Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria LA11 7SA

GCSE Examination Handbook

Information for Pupils and Parents

Candidate Name ___________________

Candidate Number _________________


Preparation for examinations In order to be successful it is vital that all students complete Controlled Assessments to the highest standard and revise thoroughly for their written examinations. General advice: Create a revision timetable for both your mocks and your actual GCSE’s Ensure you are covering all the topics on the specification Revision should be regular and broken down into 30 minute sessions Revisit topics regularly so you don’t forget what you have learnt Revision should start early in the year, not be left until after Easter Buy revision guides from school or a shop – but make sure any guide is appropriate for the exam board specification used by the school • Use revision websites such as mymaths and bitesize to give you a break from book based revision • Try and use techniques that work for you eg note making, post its, repetition • Ensure you not only complete practice exam questions, but that you go over your answers carefully so that you learn from your mistakes and don’t repeat them in the exam • • • • • •


This booklet has been put together to provide the information you and your parents will need in your final year of school. Contents: • Controlled Assessment • Examination regulations and school procedures • Notice to candidates for Written and Online Tests • Internal Assessment Policy • Mock and June GCSE Timetable Useful Information: Centre Number 42319 School Telephone number 015395 36202 Examinations Officer – Mrs E Vickers


Controlled Assessment Most subjects have an element of controlled assessment included which has to be completed to obtain a subject grade. The work has to be marked and assessed and the marks and work sent to the exam board well before the formal exam sessions take place. The school sets deadlines that allow time for this process and to meet the board deadlines. These cannot be changed. Students who do not submit controlled assessments on time will not be allocated a mark for this component and their overall grade will suffer. A copy of the External Examinations Internal Appeals Procedure is at the back of this booklet if you have any concerns regarding the procedures used in internal assessments. Make a note below of the subject coursework deadlines Subject Maths (Edexcel 1MAO) English (AQA 4707/4712) Science (OCR J241/J242) Art & Design(AQA 4201) Catering (WJEC 0124/) Drama (AQA 4240) D&T – Res Mat (AQA 4562) French (AQA 4655) Business Studies (Edexcel 2BS01)

Deadline Subject N/A Geography (AQA 4030) German (AQA 4665) History (AQA 4045) Music (Edexcel 5MUO) Religious Studies (AQA 4055) Triple Sci (OCR J243,J244,J245) ICT(Edexcel 2IT01) Computing (OCR)

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NB. Not all of the above subjects require the completion of Controlled Assessment


Examination regulations and School Procedures Examination Entry You will receive a statement of entry in February. This shows the examinations for which you have been entered. Please check this statement carefully – inform Mrs Vickers if there are any details incorrect or missing and inform your subject teacher if you think you have been entered for the incorrect tier. If the statement is correct the reply slip on the covering letter should be signed by a parent and returned. Timetable A copy of the Mock Timetable and May/June GCSE timetable are at the back of this booklet. You will also receive an individual timetable with your Statement of Entry. Check this and be aware of any exam clashes you may have. Speak to Mrs Vickers if you are concerned about your clashes. Attendance When you receive your timetable study it carefully and know the dates of your examinations. Arrive 15 minutes before the start of each exam. If you arrive late, report to the invigilator. If you arrive after one hour of the official start time, you will not be allowed to sit the exam.

Tip: Make sure everyone in the house is aware of your exam dates, pin your timetable to the fridge and make sure someone is there to get you out of bed in time. Injuries and Illness If you suffer an injury which prevents you from being able to write, alert Mrs Vickers as soon as possible, do not wait until you should be in the exam hall. If you are suffering from an illness which prevents you from being able to take your examinations you must provide a Doctor’s note stating this, no later than three days after the missed exam. If you are feeling unwell during the exam you must notify Mrs Vickers or the invigilator if you think this may have affected your performance. Preparation before the exam In most lessons on the run up to your examination, your teachers will be helping you revise by going over past papers and re confirming what you have learnt in class. Make the most of this time; ask questions whenever you are not sure.


Only bring items into the examination room that you need. • Pen (plus spare) – only black ballpoint pen is allowed (You cannot write in pencil or Gel pen). • Coloured pencils should only be used for diagrams, maps, charts etc (you will need coloured pencils for your D&T Exam) • For both your Maths papers you will need a pencil, compass, protractor, and ruler, for Paper 2 only you will need a calculator (remember to remove the case from this). • Correction fluid is not allowed. • Pencil cases are not allowed unless they are clear. A clear plastic sandwich bag is just as good. • Water bottles can be brought into the hall; again these must be clear plastic with the label removed. • Tissues must also be in a clear plastic bag. No food must be brought into the hall, this includes chewing gum. You must be in correct school uniform for all examinations. Arrive at school with enough time to visit the toilet and sort out equipment if necessary. Leave bags and coats in your locker or in the cloakroom. Know your Candidate number; this will be on the front of the desk in the place you will be expected to sit. Line up quietly outside the hall or in the yard, if dry, and await instructions.

Mobile Phones, MP3/4’s Electronic Storage Devices are strictly prohibited If you have any or the above with you on the day of your exam you must hand these in when asked, before you enter the exam hall. Any candidate in possession of the above items or any other unauthorised material, risk being disqualified from the examination. At the start of each exam Make sure you have removed all items you will need during the exam from your blazer pockets. If the papers are on the desks, do not touch them, but make sure it shows the name of the exam you are expecting to take along with the correct tier ie Foundation or Higher.


When told to do so write you name, candidate number and Centre number (on white board at front of room) on the paper. Carefully read the instructions given to you on the front of the paper. You will be told the start time and the duration of the exam. The finish time will be written on the white board at the front of the hall. During the exam Once in the exam hall you may not communicate with anyone other than an invigilator. The school employs external invigilators to conduct the examinations. Students are expected to behave in a respectful manner towards all invigilators and follow their instructions at all times If you have any problems during the exam, put up your hand, do not pick up any dropped equipment. Remember invigilators are there to assist you as well as ensure regulations are carried out. They are not able to explain the meaning of any words or explain the questions. Do not draw graffiti or write offensive comments on examinations paper – if you do the examination board may refuse to accept your paper. You must remain in the hall for the full duration of the exam. At the end of the exam Once you have been advised of the end of the exam, put your pen down and close your paper, make sure your name is written on the front and any additional sheets are securely attached (treasury tags are available from the invigilator). Once you have been instructed you may leave the exam hall in complete silence. Penalties Make sure you are aware of all the rules Do not get involved with any unfair or dishonest practice. There are many exam regulations, and penalties are set for breach of the rules. The penalties set by the exam board are severe for certain offences. Candidates will be informed of the penalties relating to the offences during an Exam Briefing in the half term before the Easter Break. Penalties range from a warning to disqualification from all of the candidates exams, in all cases it is the final decision of the examining body.


(Please see the Information for Candidates on Written Examinations and Controlled Assessment in this booklet) Fire Procedure If during an exam the Fire Alarm should sound, remain seated and await instructions. You will be asked to leave the hall via the Fire Exit at the front of the hall; in complete silence. You will then be expected to line up on the Tennis Court, in the order in which you were seated in the hall. Stand at least one metre apart on all sides. We understand that under the circumstances it will be hard to remain in silence but t failure to do so may result in the disqualification or loss of mark from the paper.


RESULTS Available between 10.00am – 12.00 pm in Room 15 Please do not ring the school for your results - we are not allowed to give results over the telephone. GCSE RESULTS THURSDAY 20 AUGUST 2014 The Headteacher, Head of Year and the Examinations Officer will be present on results days to answer any queries you may have. IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO COLLECT YOUR RESULTS YOURSELF Someone can collect these on your behalf if you write a letter confirming their name. This person should bring the letter with them to results day with proof of their identity. If you are unable to collect your results and wish them to be posted home please leave a stamped addressed envelope in the Exams Office before the end of the Summer Term. If, when the results are announced, you feel strongly that a subject grade is wrong; you should first contact Mrs Vickers. If there are good reasons for doing so the school is able to request a re-mark, but, be warned, this is expensive. This procedure cannot be carried our privately, only through the School (the Exam Centre).


Cartmel Priory Church of England School Policy on Controlled Assessments for Qualifications with English Awarding Bodies In accordance with the Code of Practice for the conduct of external qualifications produced by the QCA, School is committed to ensuring that: • Controlled Assessments are conducted by staff that have the appropriate knowledge, understanding and skills. • Assessment evidence provided by candidates is produced and authenticated according to the requirements of the relevant specification for each subject. • The consistency of controlled assessment is assured through internal standardisation as set out by the awarding body, • Staff responsible for internal standardisation and/or assessment attend any compulsory training sessions. Written Appeals Procedure Each awarding body publishes procedures for appeals against its decisions. In addition, an appeal can be made to the school concerning the controlled assessment. Appeals may be made to the school regarding the procedures used in controlled assessment, but not the actual marks or grades submitted by the school for the moderation by the Awarding Body. A parent or guardian wishing to appeal against the procedures used in controlled assessments should contact the Examinations Officer at least two weeks before the date of the last externally assessed paper of the series. On receipt of a written appeal, an enquiry into the controlled assessment will be conducted by the Examinations Officer and Deputy Head. This enquiry will consider whether the procedures used in the controlled assessment conformed to the published requirements of the Awarding Body. The appellant will be informed in writing of the outcome of the appeal, including details of any relevant communication with the Awarding Body and of any steps taken to further protect the interests of the candidates. Pupils should note the following: If at any stage during your exam courses you have concerns about the procedures used in assessing your internally marked work for public exams (e.g. Controlled Assessment/portfolio/projects) you should see the Examinations Officer as soon as possible.


Policy for Appeals on Results Day at GCSE level The school policy is designed to promote quality, consistency and fairness in Assessment and awarding. In all cases the final awarding decisions are taken by the awarding bodies: AQA: OCR; Edexcel; WJEC and others. This document covers the schools’ policy in dealing with the Awarding Bodies, the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), internal departments, officers of the school and any other parties involved in awarding matters. Examinations and Procedures Relating to Results Examinations policy is decided by the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) with reference to the guidance and regulations supplied by the JCQ and the Awarding Bodies. Mrs Vickers the Examinations Officer is responsible to the Head of Centre for the day to day administration of the examinations system. The school undertakes to comply with the published JCQ guidance, given in the code of practice. Appeals Procedure for Students Following Release of Marks for the Awarding Bodies “Enquiries About Results” Any student who is unhappy with a mark awarded from an awarding body upon receipt of results should follow the following procedure:1. Contact subject teacher as soon as possible (but not later than three days before the published deadline for Enquiries about Results) in person to discuss mark, raise concerns and discuss the best way forward. The Exams Officer will advise on what options are available to query the mark and the costs involved. 2. Students should be aware the Enquiries about Results (EARs) can result in marks being raised, confirmed or lowered. Students should sign a consent form to confirm that they understand the consequences of the enquiry. 3. Subject teachers to review marks and discuss with HoD to agree the way forward taking into account the breakdown of marks and grade boundaries and the students predicted grades. If the Department agree to support the enquiry please follow (5) below if not the subject teacher should advise the student as per (6) below 4. A student may appeal against a decision not to support an EAR. Appeals should be made in writing to the Head Teacher (HT) no later the 5 working days before the published deadline for EARs. The appeal should be in writing and state the full details


of the complaint and the reasons for the appeal. The appeal should be signed and dated and include a daytime contact telephone number of the student. This information will be reviewed by the HT or another member of the schools leadership team if the HT is unavailable and the outcome of the appeal will be communicated by telephone where possible or by post within 24 hours of receipt. The decision is final. 5. If the subject teams agree that the school supports an enquiry, the request together with the student consent form should be made to the exams officer before the published deadline for EARs. The cost of the enquiry will be taken from the department budget. If the enquiry is successful, the fee will be refunded. 6. If the school does not support the enquiry, the student may still proceed in some cases (please contact the exams officer to check) with the enquiry but all costs involved need to be paid by the student at the time the enquiry is made. No enquiry will be made unless the fees are paid. Requests should be made in person to the Exams Officer before the published deadline for EARs. If the enquiry is successful, the fee will be refunded to the student. 7. Outcomes following EARs will be made in writing by the Exams Officer to the student as soon as they have been received from the awarding body.


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Monday Dec 1

Week A 8.50am

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2 2.00 pm

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Week B 8.50am

1 ICT 1½ hrs

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English Lang 2¼ hrs

D & T 2 hrs History 1¾ hrs (2yrOpt)

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Science 1 hr 9

English Lit 30 mins Unit 2 (Period 2) Art 2 hrs Bus St 1½ hrs Computing 1½ hrs

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Maths (calc) 1¾ hrs

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Geography 1½ hrs

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3 Start Times are 1) 8.50 am, 2) 11.15 am. & 3) 2.00 pm. All pupils must be lined up outside the hall in the order advised by your subject teacher, at least 10 minutes before the start of each exam (where possible). Only the equipment required for each exam is allowed in the hall. Water bottles must have labels removed. MOBILE PHONES, MP3/4’s, ELECTRONIC STORAGE DEVICES MUST NOT BE TAKEN INTO THE HALL


2015 GCSE Timetable Monday

Tuesday

May 11

Wednesday 12

Thursday

13 14 ICT Unit 1 1½ hrs AM Chemistry C1,2&3 1 hr AM

Biology B1,2&3 1 hr PM RS Unit 2 1½ hrs PM 18 19 20 English Lit Unit 1 1½ Business Studies ¾ hr hrs AM Unit 1 AM RS Unit 3 1½ hrs

Friday

21 English Lit Unit 2 1¼ hrs

Geography Unit 1 1½ Physics P1,2&3 1 hr PM hrs PM June 1 2 3 4 History Unit 1 1¾ hrs English Lang 2¼ hrs German L/R (35/40,30/50) Maths P1 (Non calc) Business Studies AM AM Computing 1½ hrs AM 1¾ hrs AM 1½ hrs Unit 3

Sat Sun 15

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Physics P4,5&6 1 hr 18 Physics P7 1 hr 25

Dinner Dance All pupils must be lined up quietly outside the hall 15 minutes before the start of each exam. AM exams start at 8.50am. PM exams start at 1.00pm (unless 1 hour or shorter (usually PM Science exams). These will start at 1.45pm).

Mobile Phones and MP3/4’s/Electronic Storage Devices must not be taken into the hall!

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