Examinations are an important part of school life, which happen throughout the school year.
The Department for Education has announced the following dates for examinations in summer 2021:
- GCSE/A Level examination period: 7 June - 2 July 2021 (for almost all AS, A-levels and GCSEs)
- One GCSE English and one GCSE maths paper will be scheduled before the summer half term break
- Some AS and A-level qualifications will be scheduled before the summer half term break
External Examinations Results - Summer 2021
Exam results are due to be published on the following dates:
- AS and A-level: Tuesday 24 August 2021
- GCSE: Friday 27 August 2021
Year 11 Mock Examinations
Year 11 Mock Exam Dates: Friday 11 - Friday 18 December 2020
Students have been provided with individual timetables for the mock examinations held within this period.
Preparing for examinations
- Students are responsible for being clear about where and when their exams are happening
- Students should look after your personal timetable - it shows individual room and desk details for each exam
- Replacement exam timetables are available from the Exams and Administration Office
- Students should be punctual for all exams, arriving fifteen minutes before the start time of each exam
- Students should go straight to the room of their exam
- Students are 'off-timetable' throughout the exam period, meaning that they may study at home when not in an exam, if they wish
- Full school uniform should be worn whenever in school
- Mobile phones, or any other electronic/digital/storage devices must be switched off and deposited with the invigilator at the start of each exam
- The correct stationery should be brought to each exam in a clear pencil case:
- black pens
- a pencil sharpener
- colouring pencils
- a ruler
- protractor, compass
- calculator (if permitted)
- If a student is ill and unable to attend an exam school should be informed by phone immediately
- For external exams missed, you must obtain a note from your doctor detailing the reason for non-attendance and bring it to the Exams and Administration Office within 3 days
Exam preparation and revision
To prepare for exams, students should:
- effectively organise their time between now and the end of the examination period and adopt a comprehensive revision programme for study at home
- highlight on their mock examination timetable the examinations which they will be taking to avoid the possibility of missing one and keep it in a prominent place at home
- revise at home or quietly in the school library, or one of the allocated revision rooms (a list of which will be posted daily on the library door) when not in an exam
- attend any revision sessions being offered by the school
- use revision techniques covered during study skills workshops to make their learning and revision more effective
|Revision Strategies||A summary of revision techniques proven to be effective|
|Revision Advice||Revision Advice booklet for students|
After the Exams
Questions or Queries
If you have any queries regarding the summer results or the autumn exam entries please do not hesitate to email Mrs Vere in the Exams Office. Please send a message with a contact number and we will contact you at the earliest opportunity to discuss any queries.
Collection of Certificates
The Statement of Results, which each student receives on results day, is only provisional and may not be accepted by colleges and some employers. Exam certificates are the only official proof of results - these are sent to the school during the Autumn Term and presented to students on Speech Day. If a student does not return to the Sixth Form, or does not attend Speech Day, certificates may then be collected from school. A friend or relative can collect them on behalf of a student, but must bring a letter of authority, signed by the student.
Our full examination results, by subject area, are available to download at the bottom of this page.
Nationally, schools are judged against a set of criteria, which are all available on the Department for Education (DfE) School Performance Tables. An overview of our performance against these criteria in 2018-19 is given below.
Key Stage 4 (2018-19)
- Progress 8 score: 0.24 ("Above average")
- Attainment 8 score: 53.9 points (England average: 46.7 points)
- 56% of students achieved a strong pass (9 – 5) in English and mathematics (England average: 43%)
- English Baccalaureate (EBacc) Average Point Score: 4.68 (England average: 4.07)
- 99% of students have continued in education or training, or have moved on to employment in the year after the end of Key Stage 4 (England average: 94%)
- Click here to see the Government’s school and college performance tables for Lady Manners School
Key Stage 5 (2018-19)
- Progress: 0.15 ("Above average")
- Attainment (Attainment (A Level average result): C+ 34.21 points (England average: C+ 34.01 points)
- Attainment (Tech Level average result): Distinction 33.64 points (England average: Merit+ 28.64 points)
- English and maths progress (such as GCSE retakes): Data suppressed to protect individual privacy
- Retention (A Level percentage of students completing their main study programme): 90.3% (England average: 91.3%)
- Retention (Tech level percentage of students completing their main study programme): 100% (England average: 87.9%)
- Destinations (2017 leavers): 79% of students stayed in education or went into employment or an apprenticeship
- Click here to see the Government’s school and college performance tables for Lady Manners School Sixth Form.
Download the documents below to see our results in detail.